Rogers Woman Seriously Hurt in Sherburne County Crash
ELK RIVER - At least one person has been seriously hurt in a four-vehicle crash in Sherburne County. The State Patrol says the rear-end crash happened at about 7:15 p.m. last (Friday) night on Highway 169 at Highway 10.
Eighty-four-year-old Marie Dehn-Moss of Rogers has been taken to Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids with serious injuries. She was driving the first vehicle.
The driver of the second vehicle is listed as 19-year-old Krystal Ullman-Mapes of Zimmerman. The driver of the third vehicle was 20-year-old Rachel St. Hilaire of Princeton. And the driver of the fourth vehicle was not listed.
A passenger in the second vehicle was 16-year-old Kayla Jansen of Zimmerman. And a passenger in the third vehicle was Auten Baron of Milaca. The conditions of all the people, besides Dehn-Moss, have not been listed yet by the State Patrol.