A three-vehicle crash yesterday afternoon in Faribault left a Rosemount woman with non-life-threatening injuries at the intersection of Highway 21 and Highway 60.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol incident report, a 2019 Chevrolet Bolt, driven by 57-year-old Stephanie Renea Molstre-Kotz of Rosemount, was southbound Highway 21 when it collided with a 2008 Ford Focus, driven by 18-year-old Joseph Langer of Faribault, which was making a turn from northbound Highway 21 onto westbound Highway 60.

After crashing into the Focus, the Bolt then struck a 2020 Chevrolet Colorado, driven by 58-year-old Heimer Marty Joseph, which was stopped in the eastbound lanes of Highway 60 at the intersection.


Langer in the Ford Focus and Joseph in the Chevrolet Colorado along with a passenger in his vehicle at the time of the crash were uninjured according to the incident report.

Molstre-Kotz suffered what the Minnesota State Patrol described as non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to Faribault's Allina Hospital, formerly known as District One Hospital.

Road conditions at the time of the crash were reported to be dry. Responding to the crash with the Minnesota State Patrol were the Faribault Police Department, Rice County Sheriff's Office, Faribault Fire, and North Ambulance.

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