I-90 Pickup Rollover Injures Four

Thu 1-21-2016 []

(Worthington, Mn.)-- Four people were injured Wednesday evening when the driver of a pickup lost control on an ice-covered stretch of Interstate 90 in Nobles county. The Minnesota State Patrol says 47-year-old Bradley Lorenz of Kenosha, Wisconsin was driving a 2003 Ford F-250 westbound west of Rushmore. Troopers say the pickup left the road and went into the ditch and rolled.    

Lorenz and four passengers...47-year-old Melissa Makal of Hartland, Wisconsin, 23-year-old Austin Eisenhauer of Merrilan, Wisconsin and 17-year-old Nickolas Lorenz of Kenosha, Wisconsin, were all taken to Sanford Hospital in Worthington for treatment of non life-threatening injuries.    

The pickup was totaled.    

The Minnesota State Patrol was assisted by the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, the Rushmore Fire Department, and the Adrian and Worthington ambulances.    

The crash took place around 7:30 p.m.