State Patrol – Alcohol Involved in Fatal Crash in Chaplin

State Patrol - Alcohol Involved in Fatal Crash in Chaplin

Chaplin (MN) – A fatal accident involving three vehicles in an alcohol-involved crash on Highway 169 in Twin Cities today has resulted in one person being killed, according to the State Patrol.

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The fatal crash was reported in Champlin at 12:30 PM. According to the State Patrol, Adam Madsen from Anoka, aged 37, was struck by another vehicle and crashed into his car.

According to the State Patrol crash reports, alcohol was detected by the driver of the other vehicle. This was Jill Zetterwall, 58 years old from Maple Grove. She was treated for non-life threatening injuries at the hospital in Coon Rapids.

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Officials claim she was driving north on Highway 169 in her right lane, and that she responded to a slowdown by veering into a left lane. According to the State Patrol, the collision caused Zetterwall’s vehicle to hit the front of an SUV. Zetterwall’s vehicle then went through the median and into Zetterwall’s path.

The driver of the third vehicle in the collision was not injured.

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