It was a deadly weekend on Minnesota roads, as six people were killed in car crashes.
The first fatality occurred on Friday morning, when a 29-year-old St. Francis motorcyclist ran a red light in Minneapolis and hit a freeway wall.
On Saturday morning, a 76-year-old Sleepy Eye woman was killed when a car she was riding in missed a turn, began to back up and was rear-ended. Later in the day, a head-on collision on a road near Mazeppa killed a 48-year-old New Jersey driver.
The worst of the weekend's accidents happened Sunday afternoon. Police were responding to a driving complaint near Mankato when they found the car had apparently crossed the center line and hit an oncoming car, killing two people.
Another accident on a rural intersection south of Cambridge killed a driver Sunday. A car ran a stop sign and broadsided another, which was carrying three children. The car that was struck rolled over and killed the driver.