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Man sentenced to community service in connection with fatal crash

WINONA — A Winona man will do 100 hours of community work service, including 40 at the Red Wing Correctional Facility, after pleading guilty to failure to yield in an accident last fall that killed a man.

Kenneth Douglas McCullough, 68, had a careless driving charge dropped as part of his June 20 plea in Winona County District Court. He was put on probation for a year and ordered to pay a $280 fine during his July 18 sentencing.

He was charged with causing an Oct. 2 accident near Witoka. He said he stopped at a stop sign at Winona County roads 12 and 17 and then drove forward. He didn't see a motorcycle driven by Richard Strelow, 56, of Houston. They collided, and Strelow was killed.

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