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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A 92-year-old pistillate died successful a pileup clang successful Redwood Falls that injured 10 others connected Wednesday morning.
According to the State Patrol, 3 cars were stopped for a flagger connected Highway 71, but erstwhile a Chevy Suburban was trying to dilatory down for the aforesaid flagger it was rear-ended by a Freightliner Tractor, causing the pileup.
Officials accidental that Mary Ann Olson from Redwood Falls died successful the crash.
Five of the others who were injured were minors, but they each person non-life threatening injuries.