Six killed in car crash

A 16-year old driver is the only survivor of a two-car collision that killed all four passengers in her vehicle and two in another car early Sunday morning near Cambridge, Minn., reported The Star Tribune.

The survivor had her license for only three weeks, according to The Pioneer Press. Minnesota state law prohibits young drivers who have had their license for less than six months to drive unaccompanied between the hours of midnight and 5 a.m., and also prohibit driving more than one passenger under the age of 20.

Police said that the vehicle driven by the survivor smelled of alcohol. The driver could face criminal charges.

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