Accused driver in fatal Amish buggy crash may have swapped places with sister, warrants say

Search warrants filed in Fillmore County are shedding new light on a fatal crash involving an Amish buggy last month.

KSTP’s sister station KAAL-TV reports that the driver of the SUV that hit the buggy may have switched places with her twin sister after the crash.

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Seven-year-old Wilma Miller and 11-year-old Irma Miller died in the crash, the Fillmore County Sheriff’s Office says, and their 9- and 13-year-old siblings were hospitalized. The four children and their family live in a rural part of Stewartville.

Fillmore County Sheriff John DeGeorge told KAAL that investigators are still gathering information related to the case and no arrests have been made.