Sartell Man Seriously Hurt in Crash on Highway 95
CAMBRIDGE -- A Sartell man and two other people have been taken to Cambridge Medical Center with serious injuries.
The State Patrol says the crash happened shortly after 10:00 a.m today (Friday) on Highway 95 and Palm Street in Cambridge.
Fifty-nine-year-old Deborah Norman of Cambridge was driving westbound on Highway 95, as Norman was slowing down to turn left, 63-year-old Eldred Fuchs of Long Prairie, failed to yield and rear-ended Norman. Norman's car was pushed into oncoming traffic and hit a car traveling eastbound on Highway 95. The car traveling east was driven by 32-year-old Thomas Gandy of Sartell.
Gandy, Norman and Norman's passenger 28-year-old Seneca Baumann of Foley were taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Fuchs was not hurt.