Fatal Minnesota auto accident killed teen and injured two

According to MyFoxTwinCities.com, a Minnesota auto accident claimed the life of 16-year-old teen early Friday morning.

An 18-year-old girl was driving with two 16-year-old passengers in the Minnesota car accident.

The driver lost control of the car involved in the Minnesota auto accident on a gravel road curve and hit a tree.

One 16-year-old boy was dead at the scene of the Minnesota car accident. The female driver and the other passenger suffered injuries and were taken to the hospital.

Police have stated that an alcohol blood test is standard in a Minnesota auto accident like this, but there is no evidence that alcohol was involved.

Categories:
Minnesota’s Award-Winning Personal Injury Firm Butwinick Injury Law Has Helped Victims and Their Families for More Than 20 Years