Driver, passenger killed after hit head-on in Cass County - KMSP-TV

Driver, passenger killed after hit head-on in Cass County

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CASS LAKE, Minn. (KMSP) - Both the driver and a passenger were killed in Cass County when another vehicle swerved into the wrong lane and hit them head-on.

A Kia Spectra was traveling southbound on County Road 75 in Cass County just after 11 p.m. on Saturday when a Chevy Tahoe traveling northbound swerved into the southbound lane in the no passing zone. The Chevy forced another vehicle off the road before striking the Kia that ended up in a ditch 100 feet away.

Timothy Collins, 46, and Lisa Collins, 47, both of Cass Lake, were killed. The driver of the Chevy, 27-year-old Michael Spangel of Cass Lake, and passenger, 47-year-old Stacy Stangel of Longville both suffered serious injuries. Alcohol was detected on Spangel, the Minnesota State Patrol confirmed.


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