State Patrol Responds to Deadly Crash At Rural Minnesota Intersection
Two vehicles were involved. The State Patrol responded to the collision shortly after 8 a.m.
It happened at an intersection along Hwy. 10 in rural southeastern Detroit Lakes. The state crash report indicates a car attempting to cross the highway’s eastbound lanes pulled in front of an eastbound Jeep, which caused a T-bone collision.
An 83-year-old Frazee woman was driving the car. The Jeep was driven by a 47-year-old Wadena woman who has a 21-year-old woman passenger who is also from Wadena.
It’s unclear as of Monday who lost their life in the crash and how many lives the two-vehicle crash claimed. No names have been released.
The State Patrol plans to release more information regarding the fatal crash early Monday afternoon.
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