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Two people died following a two-vehicle crash in Vermillion Saturday night. According to the Dakota County Sheriff’s Twitter feed, this tragic auto accident occurred at 190th Street East and Goodwin Avenue outside of Vermillion. The Dakota County Sheriff’s Office responded to this serious accident immediately. Unfortunately, it was a two car crash that resulted in two deaths. Minnesota State Patrol is investigating. Further info will be released on Sunday.
Witnesses reported a Ford F-150 did not slow for the stop sign at 190th. The pickup truck collided with a Chevy Traverse. Two people were pronounced dead at the scene, according to the sheriff’s office. In addition, there was also a 12-year-old passenger in the truck. There were three children, ages 5, 5 and 2 that were passengers in the other vehicle. The children were transported to hospitals with non-life threatening injuries, the sheriff’s office said. Our car accident attorneys handle many cases like this where the other driver was not paying attention. The driver may have been distracted by the children or looking at his phone. It only takes a second of inattention to cause a tragic accident like this.
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