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Victim Identified in Fatal Cass County Crash

Updated: 04/20/2014 10:36 PM
Created: 04/19/2014 7:44 PM WDIO.com

One person was killed and two others injured in a three-vehicle crash in Cass County just before 2 p.m. on Saturday.

The Minnesota State Patrol said a Ford Ranger was headed south on Highway 64 when it crossed the center line, struck a Ford F-150 and then hit a Chevy Silverado head-on.

Troopers said the passenger of the Silverado, 38-year-old Jackie Boulton of Watkins, Minn., was pronounced dead at the scene. They said the drivers of the Ranger and the Silverado, which collided head-on, are in serious condition. The driver and the passenger of the second vehicle were uninjured, according to troopers.

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