Six killed in Cambridge car crash in deadly weekend on Minnesota roads

By Sam Preston

Six Minnesota residents were killed in a head-on crash in Cambridge Sunday, according to both the Pioneer Press and the Star Tribune.

Four of the victims were in a 1998 Pontiac Grand Am driven by 16-year-old Sabrina Schumacher, both sources said, who was the lone survivor of the accident. She was airlifted from the scene and is in serious condition at Hennepin County Medical Center.

The victims have been identified as Kelsee Blackledge, 15, of Cambridge; Travis Buchan, 17, of Cambridge; Travis Gryczowski, 21, of Cambridge, and Kendryna-Whitefeather, the Tribune said.

The other two fatalities of the accident include the driver of the other car, A 24-year-old Sandstone man, and his male passenger, who has not yet been identified, the Press said.

This accident ends a deadly weekend in Minnesota that has claimed the lives of ten people-- seven of them teens-- all in car accidents, both sources said.

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