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Semi-Truck Accident in Minnesota

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MEEKER CO., MINN. - On Thurs. morning two people were killed and one seriously injured after a three vehicle crash in Meeker Co., according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

The accident happened on HWY. 7, three miles E. of Cosmos, MN and as of Thurs. afternoon HWY. 7 was still closed.

A semi-truck was heading eastbound on Hwy. 7 and a second semi-truck was heading westbound on the same hwy., according to authorities. The third vehicle involved, a Toyota Camry, was in a private driveway at the time of the crash.

The first semi-truck crossed the center line and sideswiped the second semi and then continued to broadside the car.

The driver of the first semi-truck and the passenger of the car were both pronounced dead on scene, according to authorities.

The driver of the car was airlifted the Hennepin County Medical Center listed in serious condition; and the driver of the second semi-truck was not injured.

Authorities have not released any further information

From KSAX

Propane Tanker Accident

Propane Tanker Truck Accident Lawyers

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The scene of a semitrailer truck rollover at U.S. 61 at Manning Avenue in Cottage Grove was re-opened to traffic this afternoon.

The truck, which was filled with propane, collided with another vehicle and rolled just before 9 a.m. Roads were closed for one mile in all directions as officials investigated a leak and attempted to right the tanker.

Minnesota State Patrol spokesman Lt. Eric Roeske said the roads re-opened by 3 p.m.

It was diesel fuel, not propane, that had leaked from the tanker, Roeske said. The area had to be closed in case there was a problem while crews worked to get the truck upright, he said.

Cottage Grove officials reported bringing two people to the hospital, and a trooper at the scene reported that there were no serious injuries, Roeske said.

From Twin Cities.com