Runner in Twin Cities 10 Mile race suffers medical emergency

Runner in Twin Cities 10 Mile race suffers medical emergency

Updated: October 06, 2019 11:15 AM

A runner had a medical emergency while running the Twin Cities Marathon Sunday morning.

According to Twin Cities in Motion race organizer Charlie Maher, the incident happened while they were running eight of the 10 miles. This race runs simultaneously during the Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon.


The individual was transported to the hospital where they are seeking treatment. 

Members of the KSTP team were at the scene while medical assistance was being administered to the individual. 

There is no other information at this time.

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