List: victims of deadly crashes

Six people, including four teenagers, were killed early Sunday in a head-on collision. It was one of five separate crashes in the last four days that left a total of 14 people dead, at least seven of them teenagers.

Accident: Winona County/Friday, April 23

A pickup truck driven by a 16-year old rolled into a ditch in Winona County, killing three teenage girls.

Victims:

- Shauna Marie Ruhoff, 16

- Katie Lee Hornberg, 14

- Morgan Zeller, 13

Accident: Onamia/Saturday, April 24

On Saturday, a teenager was killed in Onamia when she pulled onto Highway 169 and was broadsided by another car.

Victim:

- Deanna Anderson, 16 - Onamia, Minn.

Accident: Cambridge/Sunday, April 25

A Pontiac Grand Am collided with a sport utility vehicle around 2:40 a.m. on Highway 95 west of Cambridge, about 40 miles north of Minneapolis.

Victims:

- Kelsee Blackledge, 15

- Stephen Kendryna, 16 - Cambridge, Minn.

- Travis Buchan, 17 - Cambridge, Minn.

- Travis Gryczkowski, 21 - Cambridge, Minn.

- The driver of the Pontiac and two victims in the SUV have not been identified by authorities.

Accident: Bloomington/Sunday, April 25

A Honda Fit was speeding northbound on Interstate 35W when it hit a bridge pillar under Interstate 494 in Bloomington killing the driver.

Victim:

- Emily Jean Thomas, 23- Edina, Minn.

Accident: Dakota County/Monday, April 26

A SUV with three passengers was traveling on County Road 47 in Vermillion Township just after noon on Monday with a semi-tractor trailer following behind. The SUV slowed and was broadsided by the semi. All three SUV passengers were killed.

Victims:

- Lucila Gutierrez Rojas, 42 - Hastings, Minn.

- Norma Sanchez-Navarrete, 24 - St. Paul, Minn.

- Eduardo Bautista-Navarrete, 27 - St. Paul, Minn.

(The Associated Press contributed to this staff report.)

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