Rear-End Collision on I-90 Injures Man from La Crescent, MN

Yesterday at about 9:48 a.m., a man from La Crescent, Minnesota, was seriously injured in a crash with a Freightliner tanker truck and a dump truck. He was driving a Honda Civic. The truck drivers had no apparent injuries.

Minnesota State Patrol Preliminary Report

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The Freightliner tanker, Honda Civic and Sterling dump truck were all traveling southbound on Interstate 90 (I-90) when they collided. The collision happened at the I -90 Dresbach exit, milepost 274 in Winona County. The roads were dry.

The Minnesota State Patrol report characterized this crash as a rear-end collision, but did not provide details. This often means that there is some doubt as to what exactly happened. It also means that the young man injured in this crash or his family should contact a Minnesota lawyer with significant experience with truck accident lawsuits.

The driver of the Honda Civic, Mr. Mitchell Q. Thompson, a 26-year-old from La Crescent, MN, was seriously injured. Often friends and family set up a GoFundMe account for a severely injured person. We could not find one to link to here. If anyone knows of a GoFundMe account, please let us know, and we can link to it here.

Apparently uninjured were the driver of the tanker truck, Brandon L. Busyman, a 29-year-old from Minnesota City, and the driver of the dump truck, James D. Fanning, a 60-year-old from La Crescent, MN.

Assisting at the scene were the La Crescent Police Department and the Winona County Sheriff Office. Also assisting with patient care were Tri State Ambulance and Dakota Fire and Rescue.


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