HEAD ON CAR CRASH KILLS TWO – MN LAWYER PAM ROCHLIN
The Minnesota State Patrol reports that two people were killed in a crash on Thursday near Alexandria. According to the crash report, the incident happened at about 9:45 p.m. on Highway 55 in Solem Township.
A Buick, driven by a 16-year-old girl from Kensington, was traveling eastbound on Highway 55. A Ford F-150, driven by 19-year-old Joseph John Feldman, from Brooten, was traveling westbound on the highway. The vehicles collided head-on, according to the report. Both drivers were killed in the collision.
Car accident lawyer Pam Rochlin has handed many cases like this for the injured person or the family of someone killed. A head on crash is almost always going to result in serious damage and injury. In this case, the tragedy was compounded because it was two teenagers and both died in the crash.
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