— One of the drivers in a two-vehicle accident was misidentified in a news brief on 1B Tuesday. Samantha Segler, 24, of Le Sueur was driving a southbound 2006 Ford Taurus when the vehicle collided with the 1999 Dodge Stratus Layla Page, 26, of North Mankato was driving north on Highway 169 near North Mankato near Milepost 57. The state patrol had listed the accident as a head-on collision, however, when Page lost control of the Stratus, it veered left into the northbound lane and collided with one side of the Taurus.
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