Alcohol Involved in Deadly Minnesota Wreck
Pipestone, MN (KROC-AM) - Alcohol was reportedly involved in a deadly traffic crash in rural southwest Minnesota Tuesday.
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The Minnesota State Patrol reports a vehicle was traveling on Highway 30 near the Minnesota/South Dakota border when it left the roadway and rolled around just before 9:00 p.m.
A passenger in the vehicle, identified as 52-year-old Ann Horsch of Pipestone, was killed. The state patrol indicated that she was not wearing a seat belt.
The driver was identified as 58-year-old Raymond Derby also of Pipestone. He was transported to the Pipestone County Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. The state patrol reported that alcohol was in Derby’s system at the time of the wreck.
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