Rochester Woman Hurt in Crash 3 Weeks After Motorcycle Crash Left Her With Severe Injuries
Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - Three weeks after she was airlifted to St. Marys Hospital with life-threatening injuries from a motorcycle crash, a Rochester woman was transported by ambulance to the same hospital following a rollover crash Monday evening.
The State Patrol says 29-year-old Jami Arrabal was driving an SUV west on Highway 14 east of Rochester when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled in the ditch. The crash was reported around 6:20 PM about a mile and a half east of the entrance to Chesterwoods Park.
The State Patrol says Arrabal was wearing a seatbelt and described her injuries as non-life-threatening.
On July 13th, Arrabal was a passenger on a motorcycle that crashed on Highway 60 in Wabasha County in a crash that left her with what the State Patrol described as life-threatening injuries. The State Patrol report also indicated alcohol was detected in the driver of the motorcycle, 42-year-old Kent Johnson of Eyota.
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