MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A State Trooper’s car was sideswiped in Nicollet County Friday evening.

According to the incident report, around 8:14 p.m. Minnesota State trooper was stopped at a crash scene on the southbound shoulder of Highway 15 in New Ulm.

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Police said a Chevrolet Malibu, driven by 58-year-old David Johnson of New Ulm, was traveling southbound, followed by a GMC Yukon, driven by 26-year-old Nathan Jones of Gaylord.

Johnson slowed for the trooper’s lights, but Jones slid by Johnson.

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Police said as Jones went past Johnson he sideswiped the Malibu. As a result Johnson skidded into the rear of the trooper’s squad car.

The trooper was away from his vehicle at the time.

No one was injured during the crash.

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The Nicollet County Sheriff’s Office and Minnesota State Patrol were at the scene.