A crash on Highway 14 in Olmsted County Saturday morning left two women, one from Dodge County the other from Steele County, with non-life-threatening injuries after their pickup trucks collided on an icy and snow-covered highway.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, an F-150, driven by 41-year-old Stephanie Grover of Mantorville, was traveling westbound on Highway 14 when it collided with an F-350, driven by 38-year-old Stefanie Thurnau of Owatonna, that was traveling eastbound on Highway 14.

The crash occurred in Cascade Township on Highway 14 at milepost 209.

Both women suffered what the Minnesota State Patrol described as non-life-threatening injuries in the crash and both were transported to Saint Mary's Hospital in Rochester.

Assisting at the scene of the crash with the Minnesota State Patrol was the Rochester Police Department, Rochester Fire, and Mayo Ambulance.

The road was described by the State Patrol as being snow and ice-covered at the time of the crash.

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