State authorities are asking for the general public’s assist figuring out a person who could have info that would assist in their investigation of a fatal crash in Brooklyn Center on Tuesday.
Judd Roger Anderson, 75, of Brooklyn Middle, was killed the morning of Nov. 9 whereas driving on Freeway 252 close to 66th Avenue.
His car was hit by 200 ft of chain-link fence that was being dragged by the suspect who was driving a stolen car, authorities mentioned. After the fence hit Anderson’s car, he misplaced management and slammed into a light-weight pole. He died on the scene.
Associated [Nov. 9]: Innocent man killed in crash caused by fleeing suspect dragging 200 feet of fence
The driving force of the stolen car who triggered the crash continues to be at massive, and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension on Wednesday launched a photograph of a person (see above) they are saying could have info that would help of their investigation.
The BCA says it’s concerned with talking with the person within the image as a result of he could have details about the stolen truck or its driver.
The stolen truck is described as a blue 2007 Ford F250 with Minnesota plates MJW 169. It was final seen on Minnesota Division of Transportation cameras exiting Freeway 100 at France Avenue.
Anybody who can establish the person within the photograph, the driving force concerned within the crash, or is aware of the situation of the truck, is requested to name the BCA Tipline at 877-996-6222 or name 911.
Occasions main as much as the crash
The incident unfolded round 9:55 a.m. when a 911 caller mentioned that that they had noticed their stolen development trailer close to Freeway 610 and Zane Avenue in Brooklyn Park. Police responded and located the stolen trailer related to the Ford truck within the car parking zone of Hy-Vee at 9409 Zane Ave.
According to a release from Brooklyn Park police, the driving force of the truck fled when officers tried a site visitors cease.
The driving force fled from the Hy-Vee car parking zone, by a grassy space, down a ditch after which busted by a chain-link fence and onto Freeway 610, at which level the stolen trailer indifferent from the truck.
Nevertheless, the truck grew to become entangled in 200-plus ft of chain-link fence that broke off and was dragging behind the truck as the driving force fled east on Freeway 610 after which onto south Freeway 252.
When the truck driver approached Freeway 252 and 66th Avenue, the chain-link fence hit Anderson’s car and he hit a light-weight pole.
This crash triggered the chain-link fence to dislodge from the truck, which continued driving and was final seen on site visitors cameras exiting on France Avenue from Freeway 100.
The truck was discovered to have been stolen, police mentioned.
The Minnesota BCA and the Minnesota State Patrol are investigating the crash.