CARLOS – A two-vehicle crash on Freeway 29 close to Carlos despatched seven folks to the hospital – two of them with life-threatening accidents – on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 24.
Ali Moeen, 40, of Bloomington was driving a Toyota Sienna north on State Freeway 29 and Marilyn Grover, 80, of Alexandria, was driving a Cadillac SRX east on County Highway 5 when the autos collided on the intersection at about 4:30 p.m. for the State Patrol.
The State Patrol stated each Grover and his passenger, 91-year-old William Grover of Alexandria, suffered life-threatening accidents and had been taken to St. Cloud Hospital.
Moeen and 4 passengers, all from Bloomington, had life-threatening accidents. They included Ayla Moin, 6, Alida Moin, 40, Kamran Moin, 10, and Kayan Moin, 9. Kamran Moeen was taken to St. Cloud Hospital, whereas the others had been taken to Alomair Well being in Alexandria.
In response to the State Patrol, all of the occupants of the accident had been sporting seat belts.
The street situation at the moment was dry.
Businesses aiding with the crash had been the Douglas County Sheriff’s Workplace, Milton Hearth Division, Carlos Hearth Division, North Memorial Ambulances, Parkers Prairie and Lengthy Prairie Ambulances, and two air ambulances, LifeLink and North Air.