The driver of a vehicle was on Wednesday arrested after a rock was wearing broke free and crashed into another car, killing two women, police said.
(Dakota County Sheriff’s Office)
Two Minnesota women died Monday after their car was rammed by a boulder that broke free from another car, police said.
Karen J. Christiansen, 67, was driving with Jena H. Christiansen, 32, in 2002, a Toyota Avalon when the incident occurred, Rosemount police said in a press release.
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Officers arrived on the scene Monday afternoon after receiving word of the crash, police said, and found that the car was hit with a huge rock. According to WABC, the boulder weighed a few hundred pounds and the linking within the damaged vehicle were mother and daughter. The boulder had dislodged from the back of a commercial vehicle” and the cause of the women have significant trauma” and eventually killed them, police said.
The medical examiner’s office determined that the couple died from blunt head trauma, WABC reported.
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“If you’ve tried to duplicate them millions of times, I don’t think that you would be able to do that,” Rosemount police chief Scott Mitchell said, the outlet reported. “I think it’s a very unique situation.”
Authorities determined Wednesday that the vehicle is the implementation of the boulder belonged to Czeck Services and that the company’s owner, Joe P. Czeck, 33, was driving, police said. Czeck was arrested and booked into Dakota County Jail, the police said, adding that against him “in treatment.”