The Subaru Tribeca was northbound on Highway 15 in St. Cloud, making a left turn to 3rd St N. The GMC Sierra was westbound on 3rd St N, ran the red light, struck the Subaru, and continued driving. The GMC was located a few blocks away and its occupants were found at home.
Hwy 60 just east of the Blue Earth/LeSueur Co line
The Chrysler PT Cruiser was westbound on Hwy 60, went to pass a semi that was also westbound and turning left into a farm field. Chrysler had to swerve back into the lane due to another vehicle coming eastbound. The Chrysler struck the trailer of the semi.
The GMC Sierra was traveling south on Interstate 35 near Pine City when it lost its rear drivers side tire. The tire traveled into the north bound lane of traffic and collided with the Chevy Cobalt traveling north. The passenger of the Cobalt was transported to Sandstone Hospital for non-life threatening injures.
The Honda Accord and Chevrolet Traverse were eastbound Highway 10 stopped at a red light at Liberty Street, and were rear-ended by the Ford Explorer. The driver of the Explorer was transported for treatment.
A Volvo farm semi tractor traveling northbound on Highway 75 , when it was slowing to turn right onto 170th. A Chevy Silverado also traveling north on Highway 75 struck the Volvo semi in the back as it was slowing for the turn.
The Minnesota State Patrol is currently on scene of a roll over crash involving a garbage truck. At this time the ramp from East bound Highway 55 to North bound Highway 169 will be closed until further notice. More information will be provided when obtained from the scene. As of 2:04 pm the closure has cleared and the ramp is reopened.
A straight truck was traveling on the ramp from EB 94 to go SB on Hwy 52 in St Paul when the load shifted, causing the truck to roll onto its side. The ramp will be closed down for approximately 1 hour while cleanup is completed.
The Chevrolet Blazer was being driven northbound on Hwy 169. It crossed the center barrier and entered the lanes of southbound Hwy 169, striking the Chrysler Concorde and Dodge Caravan.
Three parties were transported to the hospital for non life-threatening injuries.
A Chrysler Town & Country was traveling southbound, Highway 52, followed by a Ford pickup. The Chrysler attempted to make a U-turn and was struck by the Ford.
One juvenile female passenger in the Chrysler was transported to local hospital with believed non-life-threatening injuries.