Two people in a pickup truck were killed in a head-on collision with a semi-truck full of soybeans Monday afternoon on a Polk County road near Fosston, Minn., in one of many accidents caused by near-blizzard conditions across the region.
A Fosston, N.D., driver apparently escaped injury when he lost control of his car and rolled it while traveling east on U.S. Highway 2 west of McIntosh, Minn., late Wednesday night. Earlier, three people suffered non life-threatening injuries Wednesday night when their 2001 Chevy Tahoe rolled and came to rest on its roof after the driver tried to pass a vehicle on State Highway 11 in Roseau County and lost control.
A Fosston, Minn., girl was released Tuesday from First Care Medical Services Hospital in Fosston after being admitted Monday night with nonlife threatening injuries after the vehicle she was a passenger in ran off the road, the Minnesota Highway Patrol said.
Quinn Olson says it’s a way to get better, fresher food out there in a more convenient way. A 1986 graduate of the high school in Fosston, which is about 60 miles southeast of East Grand Forks on U.S. Highway 2, Olson lived in California for about 20 years before moving back a little more than a year ago to care for his mother.
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