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UPDATE: Rosemount Woman Dies from Injuries Sustained in Motorcycle-Car Crash

Ann L. Scholz, 53, was a passenger on a motorcycle that was broadsided by a car in LeSueur County on Tuesday.

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UPDATE 10 P.M. OCT. 18—A 53-year-old Rosemount woman has died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle-car crash in LeSueur County on Tuesday night.

A Minnesota State Patrol incident report updated Thursday afternoon says Ann L. Scholz died from her injuries at Hennepin County Medical Center.

Scholz was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Richard D. Olsen of Rosemount that collided with a car on Highway 13 near Montgomery.

Olsen was listed in satisfactory condition on Wednesday at HCMC, says the Mankato Free Press.

It is unclear whether the driver of the car was injured.

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A Rosemount woman was critically injured when the motorcycle she was riding on collided with a car in LeSueur County on Tuesday.

Ann L. Scholz , 53, was in critical condition following the 10 p.m. crash on Highway 13 near Montgomery, according to a State Patrol incident report. She was a passenger on the motorcycle.

The driver of the motorcycle, Richard D. Olsen, 64, of Rosemount, sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the crash.

Scholz and Olsen were being treated at Hennepin County Medical Center, says the Mankato Free Press.

According to the incident, the motorcycle—a 2010 Harley Davidson MC—was heading northbound on Highway 13 near the intersection of County Road 28 when a southbound vehicle driven by Taylor N. Olivo, 19, of Montgomery turned into its patch. The motorcycle then collided with Olivo's vehicle, a 2003 Ford Taurus.

The state patrol and LeSueur Sheriff’s Department were investigating the crash. No charges had been filed as of Wednesday.

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