Fatal collision on Highway 25 in Buffalo leaves one dead

A fatal incident occurred earlier today at the intersection of Highway 25 and Catlin Street in Buffalo, leaving one person dead. The collision involved a westbound 2004 Chrysler Crossfire and a northbound 2020 Buick Envision. Authorities responded swiftly to the scene, but one individual succumbed to their injuries despite their efforts.

The accident occurred at approximately 9:52 a.m., catching the attention of local authorities and emergency services. Preliminary reports suggest that the Chrysler Crossfire and the Buick Envision collided within the intersection, resulting in a devastating impact. Details surrounding the circumstances leading up to the incident remain unclear at this time.

According to the available information, road conditions were reported as dry during the time of the collision. Multiple agencies, including the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, Buffalo Police and Fire departments, Allina Ambulance, and MNDOT, coordinated their efforts to provide immediate assistance to those involved in the accident.

The two vehicles involved in the collision were identified as a 2004 Chrysler Crossfire and a 2020 Buick Envision. Although the airbag in the Buick Envision deployed upon impact, the Chrysler Crossfire’s airbag remained undeployed. The driver of the Chrysler Crossfire, an 88-year-old male from Buffalo, Minnesota, tragically lost his life in the accident. Authorities have withheld the release of his identity until further notice.

Similarly, the identities of the Buick Envision’s driver, a 63-year-old female from Delano, and her passenger, a 53-year-old female from Howard Lake, have been withheld pending notification of their families. Authorities have announced that the details regarding the individuals involved will be released at 11:30 p.m. tonight.

As the investigation into the incident continues, local law enforcement encourages anyone with additional information or potential witnesses to come forward. They urge individuals to contact the case information hotline at 320-223-6666.

The article will be updated as more information becomes available.


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