Victims identified in fatal Northwestern Minnesota crash


Moorhead, MN (KROC-AM News) – The Minnesota State Patrol has identified the three people who were killed in an accident on I-94 in northwestern Minnesota on Friday afternoon.

State Patrol reported the three vehicles traveling west on the freeway just after 2:00 p.m. near Terminal Two. A semi stopped in a construction zone, then an SUV pulled up behind the semi. A second semi pushed the SUV behind the first semi.

Minnesota State Patrol (click to enlarge)
Minnesota State Patrol (click to enlarge)

The driver of the SUV has been identified as Robert Correll, 65, of Ham Lake. He and the two SUV passengers died in the accident. The passengers were identified as Linda Correll, 63, of Ham Lake and Shirley Gatzke, 89, of Blaine.

The semiconductors were not injured.

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