• February 08, 2017

Lucille Rehm, Jessica Lannes Killed, Mason Mousseau Hurt in Deer Creek, MN, Accident

Deer Creek, MN -- February 5, 2017, Lucille Rehm and Jessica Lannes were killed, Mason Mousseau injured, following a head-on car accident.

Minnesota State Police report that the fatal collision occurred after 3:00 p.m. just east of Deer Creek.

Their reports indicate that 31-year-old Lannes was traveling westbound on Highway 29 in an Oldsmobile Alero. In her vehicle was 2-year-old Mousseau. Police allege that the Oldsmobile crossed into oncoming traffic while attempting to pass another westbound vehicle. This put the car into the path of an eastbound Chevy Tracker driven by 63-year-old Rehm. The two cars crashed head-on.

Authorities said that both Rehm and Lannes were killed in the crash. Mousseau was said to have non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to a nearby hospital.

At this time, it's not clear if any particular factors contributed to the accident. Police say the crash is still under investigation.

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