Red Wing, MN (KROC-AM News)- A crash at a southeast Minnesota intersection sent a Red Wing woman to the hospital Tuesday afternoon. 

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She was the only occupant in her vehicle. The State Patrol responded to the two-vehicle collision around 4:15 p.m. 

The crash occurred at the intersection of Hwy. 61 and Service Dr. in Red Wing. A car traveling south on Hwy. 61 collided with a car crossing the four-lane highway in the intersection, according to the state crash report


26-year-old Taylor Marie Harris was identified as the driver of the car that was crossing the highway. She was taken to a hospital in Red Wing for treatment of what are being described as non-life-threatening injuries. 

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44-year-old Ghanime Walid of Red Wing was driving the car on Hwy. 61. He was not hurt. 

Alcohol was not involved in the crash and both drivers were buckled up, the crash report says. 

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The Red Wing Police Department, Red Wing Fire Department and Red Wing Ambulance also responded to the two-vehicle crash.

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