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Northfielders Involved in I-35 Car Wreck

The State Patrol isn't reporting if anyone was wearing their seat belts or if airbags deployed.

Icy road conditions are believe to have played a role in a three-vehicle wreck Wednesday morning on Interstate 35, which injured two people, including a Northfielder.

Amanda J. Gunter, 28, of Northfield, was driving her Nissan Pathfinder northbound on I-35 near the Northfield exit when the vehicle lost control, crossed the median, and collided with two other vehicles, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Gunter wasn't injured, but Justin C. Gunter, 36, of Northfield, received minor injuries, according to the State Patrol. He was transported to District One Hospital in Faribault.

Michael S. Smith, 32, of Medford, was driving his Pontiac Grand Prix when it was hit by Gunter's car. He was uninjured, according to the MSP.

Gordon J. Spartz, 70, of Edina, received minor injuries when his Buick Rainier was struck. Spartz was transported to District One Hospital. His passenger, Virginia M. Spartz, 70, of Edina, wasn't injured.

The State Patrol isn't reporting if anyone was wearing their seat belts or if airbags deployed.

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