Owatonna, MN (KROC-AM News)- A two-vehicle crash in Steele County sent four people to the hospital Sunday evening. 

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The State Patrol responded to the crash along Interstate 35 near the Straight River Rest Area, which is south of Owatonna. It was reported around 5:40 p.m. 

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The state crash report indicates a mini-van and pick-up collided in the freeway’s southbound lanes. The van driver, identified as 75-year-old Richard Burton Anderson of Albert Lea, and his three passengers, 72-year-old Betty Lou Anderson of Albert Lea,  51-year-old David Richard Anderson of Albert Lea and 48-year-old Teresa Marie Raatz, were all brought to a nearby hospital for treatment of what are being described as non-life-threatening injuries. 

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The two occupants in the pick-up, driven by 22-year-old Kasey Ray Manges of Albert Lea, were not hurt. Alcohol was not involved in the two-vehicle crash and all six of the people involved were buckled up, the report says. 

The Steele County Sheriff’s Office and Mayo Clinic Ambulance also responded to the crash.

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