Two drivers injured after colliding on Highway 61 intersection

Both drivers suffered non-life threatening injuries, and were wearing their seat belts.

Posted: Jun. 16, 2018 4:48 PM

WINONA COUNTY, Minn. - Two drivers from Wisconsin are recovering after colliding with one another on Highway 61.

Minnesota State Patrol said it happened in Winona County.

A jeep, driven by 30-year-old Denise Radkey, was southbound on Highway 61. Greg Reedy, 51, was crossing the highway in his Ford pick-up from Fleet Farm towards Sugar Loaf View.

The vehicles collided in the intersection, causing the jeep to roll.

Radkey was the only one transported to Winona health. Both suffered non-life threatening injuries, and were wearing their seat belts.

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