1 killed in Elk River 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.

February 19, 2019 03:34 PM

One person was killed Tuesday in a two-vehicle crash in Elk River, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

The State Patrol said the crash occurred on eastbound Highway 10 at 167th Street Northwest. 

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According to the incident report, a Nissan Murano driven by Brittanie Ann Riojas was traveling in the left lane of eastbound Highway 10 when a Buick Lesabre driven by Robert Eugene Larson pulled out in front of the Nissan from 167th Street. 

The report said the two vehicles collided in the intersection.

The State Patrol said Larson was pronounced deceased. His passenger, Fern Ellen Larson, suffered injuries that were considered life-threatening, according to the incident report. 

Riojas did not suffer any injuries. 

 

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