Four Injured, Two Life-Threatening, in Two Vehicle Accident Near Detroit Lakes.
A car carrying three teenage boys from Moorhead crashed into a second car on Highway 10 west of Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. The second car in the accident was carrying two teenage girls from Audubon.
The car carrying the boys was headed north on Long Lake Road, and crashed into the car carrying the girls at the intersection of of Long Lake Road and Highway 10.
Life Threatening Injuries.
Two boys from the first car were taken to Sanford Health in Fargo with life-threatening injuries. The third male passenger in the car was reportedly not injured. The two girls in the second vehicle were also injured, but their injuries were described as non-life threatening.
Alcohol Not a Factor in this Car Accident.
The Minnesota State Patrol identified the driver from Moorhead as an 18 year-old named G. Spader. This car accident occurred at 5:20 p.m., and alcohol was not a factor in the crash, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.