County Road 6
Three teen are hospitalized after a rollover crash Saturday afternoon, which was apparently caused by a damaged tire. The Carlton County Sheriff’s Office says the accident happened at about 2:10 p.m. on the 4400 block of County Road 6 in Barnum.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office says a 54-year-old man was killed in a rollover crash early Sunday evening. At 6:46 p.m., the sheriff’s office was notified of the traffic accident on County Road 6 Southwest near 107th Street Southwest in Victor Township.
Hennepin County authorities are investigating a head-on crash that killed two people Friday morning near Orono. It happened on Highway 12 west of County Road 6 just before 7 a.m. Orono Deputy Police Chief Chris Fischer says one driver was dead at the scene, and the other died later.
Just before midnight on Thanksgiving Day, St. Cloud police say they were led on a car chase that ended with a 23-year-old driver being tased and arrested on DWI and other charges.
One person died Monday morning in Meeker County when a car sideswiped a semi-tractor on Highway 12, the State Patrol says.
Two people were killed and four others were hurt after a head-on collision in Otter Tail County Wednesday night, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Authorities said the crash happened at about 6:40 p.m. near the area of Highway 108 and County Road 16 in Otter Tail County.
A man was killed when his car went off the road Saturday evening in Belle Plaine near the intersection of Union Trail (Highway 1) and Elm Way.
An intoxicated semi driver collided with an ATV carrying three children in northern Minnesota Friday, sending all three to the hospital, authorities say.
The State Patrol says there was a fatal crash along Highway 12 near Orono, Minn. Tuesday morning. The crash involved a semi truck and a car.
A Twin Cities family said they feel like prisoners in their own home because of how their street has been plowed this winter. The VanScoyks say the snow piles are stacked so high along their county road in Plymouth, they can’t safely leave their driveway — and what they feared would happen, did.