Lewiston, MN (KROC-AM News)- A woman and a teenage boy suffered injuries in a crash on a southeast Minnesota freeway. 

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Two vehicles were involved in the collision. The State Patrol responded to the crash around 3:15 Wednesday afternoon. 

The vehicles collided on Interstate 90 near the Lewiston exit in Winona County. A car and SUV were traveling west before the crash.



The car slowed to make a lane change and was rear-ended by the SUV, according to the state crash report36-year-old Amanda Jean Speedling was identified as the driver of the SUV.

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The Elgin woman and one of the passengers, a 15-year-old boy also from Elgin, were taken to the hospital in Winona. Their injuries are being described as non-life-threatening.

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Three other 15-year-old boys from Elgin and a baby boy were also riding in the SUV. They escaped the crash without injuries. 

73-year-old Janet Mary McCauley of Plantation, FL was driving the car. She was not hurt and did not have any passengers riding with her. 

All seven of the people involved in the crash were buckled up and alcohol was not a factor in the collision, the state crash report says. I-90 was described as wet at the time of the two-vehicle accident. 

The Lewiston Fire Department and Lewiston Ambulance also responded to the collision.

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