Christina Restrepo Death – On the weekend, a woman from Plymouth was killed when her vehicle was struck from behind by a box truck driver as she paused for an accident on Highway 169. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the accident that caused a chain reaction took place on Highway 169 in Plymouth as it was nearing Highway 55 at 5:12 p.m. on Sunday.
The woman from Plymouth, who was driving a Nissan Altima, was preparing to slow down for an accident that was up ahead when a Ford box truck that was moving at a faster rate of speed impacted her vehicle from behind. MnDOT traffic cameras captured the collision.
The Nissan was then driven into a Chevy Tahoe that was in front of it, and the driver of the Nissan sustained fatal injuries as a result. The revelation of her identity is scheduled to take place in the following days. Loved ones identified her as Christina Restrepo.
The man who was driving the Ford was a 40-year-old resident of Brooklyn Park. He, along with the Chevrolet driver, who was 41 years old and from Minneapolis, and a male passenger who was 13 years old, all had injuries that were not life-threatening.
The investigation is being conducted by the Minnesota State Patrol.
Christina Restrepo Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: Woman and child killed in crash on Highway 169
On Thursday, a collision claimed the lives of a woman in her 35th year and a girl in her 11th year. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the woman was operating a vehicle that was traveling northbound on Highway 169. According to the authorities, the driver of the car lost control of the vehicle, which then drifted into the southbound lane and collided with a truck.
This occurred around 4:30 in the afternoon in Vermilion Township close to Tarkman Road. April Pecchia, who is 35 years old and hails from Eveleth, has been named as the driver of the car by the investigators. Lucy Pecchia, who was 11 years old at the time, has been identified as the girl who was riding in the automobile with her.
The truck’s driver was sent to a hospital in Virginia where he was treated for injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening.
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