The Northfield Police Department continues it’s search for 42 year old Joseph Camplin. Camplin was last seen on November 16th. He is known to get up during the night and take walks but he usually returns. Joseph has health concerns and because of the cold weather authorities are concerned for his welfare. If you have information about the whereabouts of Mr. Camplin, please call 911 or the Northfield Police Department at 507-645-4475. Missing Person – Joseph Camplin 18001691
Two survive following Narcan doses
Two people are alive due to the quick actions of Northfield Police and Northfield Ambulance. Early Saturday morning, a report came in of two people overdosing on the 400 block of Juniper Way. Deputy Chief Mark Dukatz said police revived the first person with Narcan and Ambulance personnel revived a 2nd. This is an example of the use of Steve’s Law. Anyone witnessing an overdose can call 911 and not be charged with any crime as long as they stay and assist First Responders with any pertinent information.
Air-care called for Head-on collision
A crash in Forest Township sent one man to the hospital via Air Care. Just before noon yesterday, Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn reports that Deputies, Lonsdale and Faribault Fire and Rescue and North ambulance were dispatched to report of a head-on collision in the 4000 block of 140th St. W. A Ford Ranger, driven by 26 year old Aaron Green of Faribault, collided with a 2004 Saturn, driven by 19 year old Brady Wallert of Medford. They hit on a hillcrest in the middle of the roadway. Neither driver was wearing a seatbelt. Wallert was flown by Mayo 1 helicopter to St. Mary’s in Rochester with non-life threatening injuries. His condition is stable. Green reported no injuries at the scene. Dunn said, “Both drivers are fortunate that they were not more seriously hurt in this collision. This crash was preventable” He added that it’s a good reminder to all drivers to be cautious, maintain travel in your own lanes and wear your seatbelts”. Both drivers will be cited for failure to wear seatbelts.
Full agenda for tonights Nfld Council
Small cell wireless is here and wanting a piece of Northfield space to place their poles. In early October, the City approved a revision to it’s Right-of-Way Management Ordinance to align with new state legislation. Last week Council further discussed a policy surrounding guidelines within the City. Mayor Pownell explained they were giving direction to Staff behind the scenes regarding where they could collocate these poles and what they could look like, whether they should be allowed in the Historic District and more. 2 – Template Master Small Wireless Collocation Agreement and Supplement v This will all come back to Council tonight. Also on their agenda is a public hearing on a Charter Amendment, consideration of a resolution regarding City employee paid Parental leave, a discussion regarding a possible $13 million expansion at Northfield Hospital and Clinics of a Birth Center and Clinic and reveiwal of Budget and Levy information for their December meeting. Meetings begin at 6pm and the public is encouraged to attend. Pownell and Administrator Ben Martig will be in studio tomorrow morning at 7:20 with a recap. 11-20-18 cc agenda