Broadside crash near Frazee leaves Perham man, two others injuredThree people were injured in a broadside accident Friday afternoon on Highway 10 near Frazee.
By: Nathan Bowe, DL-Online
Three people were injured in a broadside accident Friday afternoon on Highway 10 near Frazee.
According to the State Patrol, a 1993 GMC Suburban, stopped a stop sign on County Road 10 on the west edge of Frazee, pulled out in front of a 2000 Dodge Caravan that was westbound on Highway 10.
The Suburban was driven by Nathan W. Lacey, 18, of Frazee, who suffered no apparent injuries, according to the State Patrol.
The Caravan was driven by Robert A, Lind, 50, of Perham. He suffered non-life threatening injuries, as did two passengers in his vehicle, Mariann I. Underhill, 70, and Rosemary A. Pederson, 48.
The broadside accident was reported at about 5 p.m. Friday on dry pavement.
The Becker County Sheriff’s Department and Frazee Police Department assisted at the scene.