Four people injured in three-vehicle crash in Hubbard County
Zeke Fuhrman | Apr 9, 2018 AT 9:56 am
Hubbard County, MN (KFGO) - Four people were injured in a three-vehicle crash in Hubbard County, Minnesota Sunday afternoon.
The state patrol says around 3:15 p.m., the 18-year-old driver of a SUV that was northbound on Highway 71 fell asleep, sending the vehicle across the centerline. The SUV then struck a southbound pickup that was pulling a boat and trailer. The patrol says the collision caused the boat and trailer to break free and debris struck a southbound pickup.
The SUV's driver, Jason Voxland, and 50-year-old passenger, Theresa Voxland, both of Fosston, were taken to the hospital in Park Rapids with non-life threatening injuries.
The first pickup's driver, 47-year-old Mark Fehrenbach, and passenger, 46-year-old Rondel Fehrenbach, both of Perham, were also taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injures.
The second pickup's driver, 55-year-old Kevin Malterud, and passenger, 57-year-old Pamela Kerssen, both from Bemidji, were not injured.