MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A wrong-way crash on a Twin Cities interstate late Saturday killed four people, including two from South Dakota, and injured one, authorities said Sunday. The head-on collision between a Nissan Murano and GMC Terrain occurred about 9:55 p.m. Saturday on Interstate 35W at 66th Street in Richfield, the State Patrol said. The Star Tribune reports that the wrong-way driver in the Murano, 21-year—old Alfredo Torres, of St. Paul, was killed. Dead in the Terrain was the driver, 25-year-old Briana Vazquez, of Watertown, South Dakota; along with 28-year-old Hassan Abdulmalik, of Bloomington, and 27-year-old Tyler Fried, of Vermillion, South Dakota. A third passenger in the Terrain, 25-year-old Alaura Fried, of Lakeville, was taken to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Wrong-way crash on Twin Cities interstate kills 4, injures 1
By Associated Press|2020-06-22T09:24:54-05:00June 22nd, 2020|