Woman Seriously Hurt In Crash
Jake Judd | Apr 23, 2018 AT 9:08 am
(KNSI) - A woman suffered life-threatening injuries in a rollover crash on Interstate 94.
The Minnesota State Patrol says at 12:04 p.m. Sunday 21-year-old Rachel Elizabeth Helland, of New London was a mile east of Monticello when a vehicle driven by 78-year-old Roger Kent Sundby, of Grand Forks, changed lanes.
The two vehicles collided causing Helland to roll onto the shoulder. The state patrol says she wasn't wearing her seat belt.
Helland was taken to the Hennepin County Medical Center with serious injuries.
Her passenger, 21-year-old Brennon Chanh Kampsen, of New London, was taken to North Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Troopers say Kampsen wasn't wearing a seat belt.
Sundby and his passenger 55-year-old Troy Roger Sundby weren't hurt.
The crash caused I-94 to be temporarily closed down.