MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT KILLED DRIVER AND PASSENGER MN ATTORNEY
Two members of a Minnesota family riding three motorcycles were killed Saturday morning when a woman turned her car into their path and caused a collision, The Star-Tribune reported. The wreck occurred in the central Minnesota town of Roseville Township, authorities said.
A middle aged couple were pronounced dead at the scene, the Minnesota State Patrol said. The couple had five children ranging in age from 12 to 22, WCCO reported. Another driver was driving the third motorcycle and was in critical but stable condition, the Star-Tribune reported. His passenger and daughter suffered non-threatening-life injuries.
A car turned left in front of the motorcycles, with two of them hitting the vehicle, according to the Minnesota State Patrol report. The third motorcycle “lay down on the roadway” to avoid hitting the car, according to the report.
The driver and passenger in the automobile were not injured.
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