Multiple Injuries in Three-Vehicle Crash on Hwy. 14 Near Byron
Byron, MN (KROC-AM News)- Two people were hurt in a three-vehicle crash at an intersection between Byron and Rochester Tuesday morning.
The State Patrol crash report says a Ford pick-up was traveling west on Hwy. 14 and a Ram pick-up was attempting to turn south onto County Rd. 3 when the pick-ups collided around 8:30 a.m. The report indicates a Kenworth Semi was also involved in the crash.
The driver of the Ford was identified as 45-year-old David Gerber of Decorah, IA. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was not transported from the scene for further care.
The trucker, 46-year-old Jeremiah Dingmann of Royalton, MN, also suffered non-life-threatening injuries that did not require transportation for further treatment. The report identifies the Ram driver as 29-year-old Ryan Biesemeierr of Faribault. He was not hurt.
All three drivers were buckled up and alcohol use is not believed to have been a contributing factor in the three-vehicle crash. The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office, Byron Fire Department and Mayo Ambulance Service also responded to the collision.