MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Light snow fell across Minnesota Sunday, causing treacherous and deadly road conditions.

The Minnesota State Patrol says there were 217 crashes between 1 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Two of those crashes resulted in fatalities, including one in Eagan and another in Winona County. Two people were also serious hurt in Sunday’s crashes, including a man in Bloomington and another victim in Anoka County.

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The state patrol says a teenager was killed late Sunday afternoon in a crash in Eagan. It happened at about 4:19 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 55 and Lone Oak Road. A Ford pickup truck with two adults and two teenagers inside was traveling westbound on Hwy. 55 when the driver lost control. The truck rolled into the median, causing a 17-year-old passenger to be ejected and die. Investigators say the victim was the only person in the truck who was not wearing their seat belt.

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The state patrol also says both sides of Interstate 35W in Bloomington were closed early Sunday evening due to a three-vehicle crash. Investigators say a Jeep Liberty was stalled under the 90th Street Bridge on the interstate’s southbound side when it was clipped by a Ford Escape at about 4:44 p.m. The driver of the Liberty exited their vehicle, and then was struck by a fast-moving Chevrolet Tahoe, which also slammed into the Liberty. The impact pushed both vehicles to the right side of the southbound lanes, sideswiping a Ford F150 in the process.

The driver of the Liberty, 56-year-old Richard David Bethune of Minneapolis, suffered life-threatening injuries from the crash. The driver of the Tahoe, 18-year-old Ava Leigh Scott of Coon Rapids, suffered non-life threatening injuries. The state patrol says Scott and her two passengers — a 17-year-old girl and a 10-year-old boy — were not wearing seat belts. The boy was also injured. The passengers of the Ford Escape and Ford F150 were wearing their seat belts and were unharmed.

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Both sides of the interstate were closed for more than a half hour, with officials announcing just before 6 p.m. that a single lane of southbound I-35W had been reopened.