WINONA, Minnesota (WXOW) -- Six people are injured following a two car accident Saturday morning in Winona.
It happened at the intersection of Highways 43 and 61 in Winona around 5:40 a.m.
According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a Chrysler Sebring was making a left turn onto Highway 61 when the vehicle collided with a Ford Taurus traveling North on 61.
All 3 people in the Sebring were injured, and 3 of the 4 people in the Taurus were injured. All six, according to the MSP report, had non-life threatening injuries.
The three in the Sebring were identified as Marla Dienger of Winona, who was the driver. Also in the vehicle were Megan Dienger and Catherine Dempsey, both from Winona.
The four in the Taurus were from Wisconsin. Driver Mary Fremstad and her daughter Casey Fremstad are from De Soto. The other two passengers, Drew Dravis, who was injured, and Jessica King, were from Stoddard.
The MSP report says roads in the area were wet at the time of the crash.
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