EYOTA, Minn. (AP) — Authorities in Minnesota are identifying six people killed in an early-morning traffic crash.
The crash happened about 1:30 a.m. Friday when one vehicle going the wrong way on Interstate 90 hit another near Eyota, in southeastern Minnesota.
Three victims in the Chrysler Sebring were driver 26-year-old Christopher Michael Peterson of Rochester, Minnesota; 23-year-old Shayla Jean Peterson of Paynesville, Minnesota; and 47-year-old Ester Linda Peters of Rochester.
The three victims in the 2008 Ford Focus were driver 54-year-old Sheila Eagle, 29-year-old Tamara Lynn Eagle and 11-year-old Nyobee Eagle Richardson, all of Waukesha, Wisconsin.
The state patrol says at least two people in the Focus weren’t wearing seat belts.
Authorities haven’t said which car was going the wrong way.
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