A second person has died following a fatal crash in Rice County, Minnesota. The incident occurred at the intersection of 130th Street West and Baseline Road in Forest Township. Jennifer Miles, 43, was driving east on 130th Street when her car collided with another vehicle. The driver of the other vehicle, Mark Sterling, 53, survived the crash along with two other passengers. The crash is still under investigation by the Rice County Sheriff’s Office. accident-claims-second-life/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener”>KDHL AM 920 reported
A tragic incident occurred in Rice County, where another person has lost their life following a fatal crash that took place about 10 miles north of Faribault. The incident was reported to the authorities on Friday, August 4, 2023, at the intersection of 130th Street West and Baseline Road in Forest Township. According to the report from the Rice County Sheriff’s Office, Jennifer Miles, a 43-year-old resident of Northfield, was driving east on 130th Street when her vehicle collided with another vehicle traveling north on Baseline Road, which is also known as Rice County Road 76. The operator of the other vehicle was identified as Mark Sterling, a 53-year-old resident of Faribault. The passengers in Sterling’s vehicle were Adrienne Lee, a 44-year-old resident of Faribault, and Shelly Velishek, a 61-year-old resident of Faribault. Tragically, Lee was pronounced dead at the scene, while Miles succumbed to her injuries on Wednesday, August 9, 2023, at the hospital.
Upon arriving at the scene, the deputies discovered that there were four occupants in the two vehicles involved in the crash. Three of the occupants were trapped inside one of the vehicles, and the Northfield Fire Department and the Faribault Fire Department were called in to assist with the extrication process. North Ambulance, Northfield Ambulance, and North Air Care transported three of the victims to hospitals, while the fourth victim, an adult female, tragically passed away at the scene.
Captain Nathan Budin from the Rice County Sheriff’s Office stated that the crash is still considered open and active, and no further details regarding the incident will be released at this time. The Rice County Sheriff’s Office extends its condolences to all those involved in this devastating event.
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