Melissa Kaltveit Death – A 40-year-old woman has died, and others were injured in a deadly car accident that happened at the St. Paul intersection. The deceased victim has been identified as Melissa Kaltveit. According to reports, Melissa Kaltveit of St. Paul, Minnesota passed away and her son, a srudent at Como Park Senior High School injured following the automobile crash.
How did the crash happen?
Officers were called about 3:10 p.m. Thursday to the collision in the Como Park neighborhood. They found the 40-year-old driver, Melissa Kaltveit, and an 18-year-old passenger were unconscious, said Sgt. Mike Ernster, a St. Paul police spokesman.
Melissa Kaltveit’s cause of death
The teenager was transported to Regions Hospital by paramedics, with the injuries considered non-life-threatening as of Friday morning, as stated by Ernster. Meanwhile, Kaltveit, a resident of St. Paul, was pronounced dead at the scene of the incident.
The 16-year-old male driver and the 16-year-old passenger in the other vehicle were assessed by paramedics but did not require hospitalization. All three individuals involved in the accident, including the two teens in one vehicle and the 18-year-old in Kaltveit’s vehicle, are students at Como High School.
Considering the proximity of the school, with its school day ending at 3 p.m., the crash site is approximately four-tenths of a mile away. Preliminary reports suggest that Kaltveit was operating a sedan heading east on Orange Avenue, while the 16-year-old was driving a sport-utility vehicle north on Maywood Street.
Police are currently conducting an ongoing investigation into the matter.
Obituary and Funeral arrangements for Melissa Kaltveit have not been made by the family.
Saint Paul, the state capital of Minnesota, forms the “Twin Cities” with neighboring Minneapolis. It’s home to the Science Museum of Minnesota, with its dinosaur specimens and immersive theater.
The Minnesota History Center has interactive exhibits about the region’s history. Nearby is the beaux arts Cathedral of Saint Paul. The Cass Gilbert–designed Minnesota State Capitol features paintings of Civil War scenes.
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