Victim of Alcohol-Involved Crash in Winona Has Died
Winona, MN (KROC-AM News) -The young woman who was critically hurt in an alcohol-involved crash early Saturday in Winona has died from her injuries.
The State Patrol says 20-year-old Hannah Goman was a passenger in a car that collided with a pickup that was traveling north in the southbound lanes of Highway 61. The deadly collision was reported around 12:45 AM and location near the junction of Highway 61 and Highway 43.
The crash victim, who was from Stevens Point Wisconsin, was in a car driven by a 21-year-old man from Oshkosh Wisconsin. He and a second passenger, a 22-year-old woman from Oshkosh, were taken to the Winona hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The State Patrol report on the deadly crash indicates alcohol was detected in the driver of the pickup. He was identified as 35-year-old Adam Samuel Anderson of Winona. The State Patrol says Anderson and his passenger were not hurt in the collision.
The State Patrol has also reported a fatal crash occurred early Sunday morning in northern Minnesota. Officials say 55-year-old Jack Daley of Becker died after his pickup went off a rural highway and smashed into a tree. The deadly incident was reported about 3:45 AM in a remote area about 20 miles southeast of Park Rapids.
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