A head-on collision near Cambridge killed six people and the 16-year-old driver was hospitalized in serious condition.
According to the Star Tribune, the vehicle with the four victims in it smelled like alcohol.
The Star Tribune also reported, "While the patrol declined to release her name, citing her age, the car's driver was identified by a relative as Sabrina Schumacher."
The Pioneer Press obtained the girl's identity from a different source and said, "Jimmy Gordon, who owns Jimmy's Pizza in Isanti, visited the crash site today. He said the driver is Sabrina Schumacher, who worked at his shop making pizzas and answering phones."
According Patrol Lt. Eric Roeske, the accident was still under investigation.
Lt. Roeske also said it was illegal for the 16-year-old girl to be driving out past midnight noting that the crash happened at approximately 2:40 a.m.
The Star Tribune reported that 11 Minnesotans died this weekend in car-related accidents while the Pioneer Press reported that only 10 had died.