Teen killed, three injured in Sherburne County car crash


A 16-year-old Foley teen was killed, and three others were injured after a two-car crash Friday night in Sherburne County.

Jade Posterick was driving a car that crashed into a truck pulling a trailer at County Road 62 and County Road 20 in Palmer Township, KSTP reports.

Posterick was pronounced dead at the scene.

The driver of the truck was identified as Nathan Bauerly, 35, of Sauk Rapids. He was airlifted to St. Cloud Hospital, WJON reports.

Two minor females in Posterick's car were transported to the hospital, WCCO reports. Their condition is unknown at this time.

The sheriff's office is investigating the collision, according to the St. Cloud Times.

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