• August 21, 2023

Bu Ko Killed, Kyan Day, Ku Paw Injured in Truck Accident in Kandiyohi County, MN

Kandiyohi County, MN — August 19, 2023, Bu Ko was killed and Kyan Day and Ku Paw were injured following a semi-truck accident at 6:14 p.m. on Highway 40.

Authorities with the Minnesota State Patrol said they were called out to the Willmar Township area at the intersection of Highway 40 and 45th Street Southwest/County Road 55.

Bu Ko Killed, Kyan Day, Ku Paw Injured in Truck Accident in Kandiyohi County, MN

According to officials, 51-year-old Bu Ko, 27-year-old Kyan Day, and 64-year-old Ku Paw were in a Honda Pilot said to be going along the roadway in the area of the above intersection. Right now, there are few details about what happened in the accident. The Honda somehow crossed paths and collided with a Peterbilt commercial truck.

Due to the collision, Bu Ko sustained fatal injuries. It appears Kyan Day and Ku Paw were both transported to area hospitals for their injuries. The truck driver had no reported injuries. No further information can be confirmed at this time pending further investigations.



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