EAST GULL LAKE -- One person died and five others were injured following of a two-vehicle accident Saturday on Cass County Road 77.
Amy Andersen, 38, Brainerd, was killed after her vehicle collided with a vehicle driven by Thomas Casale, 49, Omaha.
The accident was reported at 6:45 p.m. near Cragun's Conference Center, the Cass County Sheriff's Department reported.
The sheriff's department said Andersen was the only occupant of her vehicle. She died at the scene.
Casale and four of his passengers -- Jeffrey Casale, 11, Omaha; Jean Casale, 44, Omaha; Ralph Anderson, 32, New Jersey; and Dan Lohsc, 35, New Jersey, were transported to St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd.
Thomas and Jean Casale were treated at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd and transferred to Hennepin County Medical Center where they were both reported in satisfactory condition this morning. Ralph Anderson was transferred to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale where he was reported in fair condition today.
Jeffrey Casale and Dan Lohsc were treated at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Brainerd and released.
The Brainerd Fire Department and North Ambulance assisted at the scene.
The State Patrol will be reconstructing the accident to determine how the crash occurred, Cass County Sheriff Randy Fisher said.
Also Saturday one person died and one was injured in a two-vehicle accident at 160th Avenue and Nature Road in Bellevue Township of Morrison County.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Department reported the accident at 5:41 p.m.
Jamie Peterick, 19, Royalton, died at St. Gabriel's Hospital in Little Falls. He was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Amber Pusc, 16, Rice. Pusc was reported in satisfactory condition today in St. Cloud Hospital.
The other driver, Robert Sanquist, Avon, was not injured.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Department said Pusc was driving north on 160th Avenue and Sanquist was driving west on Nature Road.
Pusc stopped at the intersection of the two roads and then pulled out in front of Sanquist, who tried to avoid Pusc's car but collided with the passenger side.
On Friday, a 5-year-old Prior Lake boy died in a two-vehicle accident on Highway 371, just south of the bypass in a construction zone.
Dylan Scott Vanderpol was killed when the car he was riding in lost control, crossed the centerline, skidded sideways and was hit broadside by a motor home.
Vanderpol's mother, Catherine Ann Pauly, 27, Prior Lake, was driving the car. She was treated at St. Joseph's Medical Center and released.
The driver of the motor home, Alex Ray Hondl, 15, Baxter, had a instructional permit. His parents were passengers in the vehicle. Hondl and his parents, Deanndra Eschenbacher-Hondl, 42, Baxter, and Kevin Lee Hondl, 46, Baxter, were treated at St. Joseph's Medical Center for cuts and bruises.
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