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Two motorcyclists were killed and two more were seriously injured in a collision with a car in central Minnesota on Saturday.
The crash happened on Hwy. 23 in Roseville Township, near Paynesville, Saturday morning, when a westbound Chevy Monte Carlo tried to turn left onto 160th Street NE. But the Chevy, driven by a 21-year-old woman from Bricelyn, turned directly into the path of an oncoming group of Harley Davidsons.
Two of the motorcycles struck the Chevy, killing both riders, while the third motorcycle laid down in the road to avoid a collision. However, the driver and passenger on this bike were seriously injured in the crash. The identities of the victims haven’t yet been released. The Minnesota State Patrol says they are a 42-year-old man from and a 44-year-old woman, both from St. Cloud. On the third bike was a 61-year-old man and a 38-year-old woman, both from Sauk Rapids. One of the two motorcycle riders was airlifted to St. Cloud Hospital for further treatment having initially been taken to Paynesville Hospital. Fortunately, he is expected to survive.
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