2 From Minnesota Die In Iowa Crash

NASHUA, Iowa (AP) — Two people from Minnesota are dead after the car they were in rolled over on U.S. Highway 218 in northern Iowa.

The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier says the crash happened Thursday afternoon near Nashua after the car drove onto the shoulder. The Iowa State Patrol says the driver, 68-year-old Mary Quinn, of Woodbury, Minn., overcorrected, causing the car to roll in the ditch. Quinn and a passenger, 70-year-old Bernard Quinn, also of Woodbury, Minn., died in the crash.

The Iowa State Patrol says the accident remains under investigation.

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  1. I hear there was 3cars involved. red ,white, and then my daughter in laws. i am baton rouge,la and she textd me. but i cant get any info. i also hear a 2yr was airlifted. prayers to that family. myg-daughter was in the car w her mother when rearended. but i seem to not beable to locate info from my fone. thanks karissa

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