At approximately 8:30 a.m. today, a fatal crash occurred at the intersection of Highway 70 and Mahogany Street in Brunswick.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a Toyota Camry was traveling north on Mahogany Street when they failed to yield at the intersection of Hwy. 70 and struck two Harley Davidson motorcycles and causing a Victory motorcycle to run off of the road. Three medical helicopters arrived at the scene to airlift the injured. Others were taken by ambulance. 

Motorcycle crash sedan

Minnesota State Patrol documents the scene of a fatal crash in Brunswick. 

On one of Harley Davidsons was:

  • Jerrad J. Quenomoen, 42, of Java, South Dakota (driver); died at the scene. 
  • Charisse M. Janke, 42, of Java, South Dakota (passenger). Life-threatening injuries; taken to Hennepin County Medical Center. 

On the other Harley Davidson was:

  • Bruce A. Johnson, 48, of Braham (driver). Non-life threatening injuries; taken to North Memorial.
  • Tina M. Johnson, 46, of Braham (passenger). Life-threatening injuries; taken to North Memorial.

On the Victory motorcycle was:

  • Ryan P. Ristow, 21, of Coon Rapids (driver). Non-life threatening injuries; not taken to a health care facility. 

In the Toyota was:

  • Par Klaw, 30, of Saint Paul (driver). No injuries. 
  • Thu Lu, 34 of Saint Paul (passenger). Non-life threatening injuries; taken to North Memorial. 
  • Sui Thoo Po, 28 (passenger). No injuries. 
  • Saw Si Si, 26, of Saint Paul (passenger). Non-life threatening injuries; not taken to a health care facility. 
  • Matthew Thaw, age 2, of Saint Paul (passenger). No injuries.

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