3 people die in Interstate 94 crash in Moorhead – InForum

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A few people have died in a crash involving an SUV and two semis in the westbound lane of Interstate 94 in Moorhead on Friday, July 15.

The Minnesota Condition Patrol has not unveiled the names of the individuals who died in the crash.

According to a report from the Patrol, a Ford Edge and two semis had been touring west when one of the semis stopped in the development zone, with the Ford halting powering the semi. A 2nd semi then collided with the rear of the Ford, pushing it into the rear of the first semi.

Three people in the Ford have been the driver, a 65-calendar year-old male from Ham Lake, Minnesota, and two travellers which include a 63-12 months-old female from Ham Lake and an 89-12 months-previous lady from Blaine, Minnesota.

The crash was claimed just just after 2 p.m. just east of the intersection with Highway 75, in which targeted visitors was down to just one lane.

The Ford concerned in the crash was seriously harmed, and unexpected emergency responders made use of panels to block it from perspective about 30 minutes after the crash.

1 of the semis was driven by a 58-12 months-previous Wells, Minnesota person, whilst the other was pushed by a 49-year-outdated male from an mysterious town, according to the report.

The Patrol said extra information and facts would be launched Sunday.

It was the second crash on I-94 in that place in the earlier two times.

Five people were injured, just one of them critically, in a four-car or truck crash around Moorhead on Thursday, July 14, according to a report from the Patrol.

That crash occurred about 10 a.m. just east of Moorhead. A 70-year-aged female sustained severe accidents

The Moorhead Police Office, Moorhead Hearth Office, Clay County Sheriff’s Business office, Minnesota Point out Patrol and Sanford Ambulance all responded to the crash.