Two people suffered life-threatening injuries Tuesday and three others hurt in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate 90.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 2005 Jeep Liberty operated by Mendoza Armando Magana, 38, of Granada was traveling eastbound on I-90 in snowy/icy conditions when it rolled at milepost 72 just west of Jackson. The crash was reported at 3:25 p.m. Tuesday.
Two of the vehicle's passengers -- Anarbol Maldonado Magana, 67, of Pasco, Washington and Raymundo Quiroz Rosales, 54, address unknown -- had life-threatening injuries and were taken to a Sioux Falls hospital. The Liberty's driver and two others -- Mary Yerania Magana, 37, of Granada and a 17-year-old Lakefield female -- were all transported to Sanford Jackson Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
The Jackson and Lakefield fire departments along with the Jackson County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene.
In a separate incident Tuesday, two people were taken to Worthington's hospital with injuries following a two-vehicle crash on I-90.
The state patrol reports a 2003 Ford Escape operated by Stacy Grace Kerkaert, 65, of Worthington and a 2013 Toyota Corolla operated by Terry Alan Smith, 60, of Castlewood, South Dakota were both westbound in snowy/icy conditions when they collided at milepost 35 near Rushmore. The crash was reported at 3:31 p.m. Tuesday.
Both Kerkaert and Smith were transported to Sanford Worthington Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries. The Adrian and Worthington ambulances and Nobles County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene.