“Stewartville Woman Killed in Tragic Crash Near Red Wing”

By | July 12, 2023

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A tragic crash in Goodhue County, Minnesota claimed the life of a Stewartville woman on Tuesday morning. The incident occurred near the intersection of County Rd. 1 and 210th Ave., about seven miles southwest of Red Wing. According to the Goodhue County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the report of a vehicle-versus-tractor crash.

The crash involved an SUV driven by 33-year-old Brenna Amos and a manure spreader being towed by a tractor operated by 65-year-old Lyle Dicke. The collision took place when Amos’s SUV collided with the back end of the manure spreader. Dicke reported hearing a loud bang and feeling the equipment being pushed forward. He immediately called 911 upon realizing that the SUV had struck the spreader.

Unfortunately, Amos was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, while Dicke managed to escape without any injuries. The Southern Minnesota Regional Medical Examiner’s Office responded to the scene, and the State Patrol is assisting Goodhue County investigators with an accident reconstruction. The Red Wing Fire Department, Red Wing Ambulance, and Goodhue First Responders provided assistance as well.

This tragic incident highlights the importance of road safety and the need for caution while driving. Accidents can happen in an instant, and it is crucial for drivers to remain vigilant and follow traffic rules. Investigations are ongoing to determine the exact cause of the crash, and authorities are working diligently to reconstruct the accident.

The community is mourning the loss of Brenna Amos and offering support to her loved ones during this difficult time. It serves as a reminder for everyone to drive responsibly and be mindful of their surroundings to prevent such devastating accidents from occurring..

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