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2 suffer serious injuries in Scott County crash

The Minnesota State Patrol said it's a $415 fine, if you are caught using the controlled access road. Photo: KSTP/Matt Belanger
The Minnesota State Patrol said it's a $415 fine, if you are caught using the controlled access road.

June 10, 2019 09:00 PM

The Minnesota State Patrol said two people suffered serious injuries in a crash in Scott County Monday morning. 

According to the State Patrol, the incident occurred on Highway 169 near Highway 41.

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The incident report said a Honda Accord driven by Mohamedadbirahm Adbirahman Abdilahi was southbound on Highway 169, when a Nissan Altima driven by Tracie Peterson was turning onto northbound Highway 169 from Highway 41. The two vehicles then collided in the intersection.

The State Patrol said Peterson and her passenger, Hanna Peterson, both suffered life-threatening injuries. Abdilahi suffered injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening. 

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