• October 24, 2022

One Killed in Rollover Accident on I-35W in Minneapolis, MN

Minneapolis, MN — October 21, 2022, one or more people died in a rollover accident on Interstate 35 West in Minneapolis.

Authorities say the incident happened around 4:11 a.m. along I-35W near Johnson Street. Preliminary investigation suggests a Dodge Durango was traveling along the roadway when the 21-year-old driver lost control for unknown reasons. The SUV left the road and overturned on the shoulder.

Officials confirmed one fatality, but it's unclear if the driver or the Durango's 39-year-old passenger was killed.

No further information is currently available.

One Killed in Rollover Accident on I-35W in Minneapolis, MN

Commentary on I-35W Rollover Accident in Minneapolis

After a crash like this, folks may not realize just how complex getting answers can really be. Even when only one vehicle crashes the scene is often chaotic, and important information can slip through the cracks if there aren't careful steps to have more experienced investigators look into things.

I've found time and time again that police don't always have access to the tools, time, or training needed to see the whole picture, and that's how mistakes happen. For folks in need of help, understanding these shortcomings and what can be done about them is a prudent step forward.

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