ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

UPDATE: Name released in pedestrian-vehicle accident

Tuesday 8:30 a.m. update: WORTHINGTON -- Toni Sue Norling, 63, of Worthington, was the victim of the fatal car-pedestrian crash Sunday evening on Ryan's Road in Worthington. Her name was released this morning by the Worthington Police Department....

Tuesday 8:30 a.m. update:

WORTHINGTON - Toni Sue Norling, 63, of Worthington, was the victim of the fatal car-pedestrian crash Sunday evening on Ryan’s Road in Worthington. Her name was released this morning by the Worthington Police Department.

The WPD also identified the driver of the van that struck Norling as 21-year-old Ferdinand Ndimurwanko, also of Worthington.

The investigation of the crash is ongoing.

ADVERTISEMENT

Original post:

WORTHINGTON - A 63-year-old Worthington woman died as a result of injuries she suffered after being struck by a car while crossing Ryan’s Road Sunday evening.

The Worthington Police Department reported Monday morning that it responded to a car-pedestrian crash at 7:24 p.m. Sunday in the 1200 block of Ryan’s Road, near Avera Medical Group Worthington.

A van driven by a 21-year-old Worthington man was eastbound on Ryan’s Road when he struck the woman. The woman later died as a result of the injuries from the crash. The driver of the van remained at the scene of the crash and was cooperative with investigators. No initial signs of any impairment were noted.

The Worthington Police Department, Sanford Ambulance and Worthington Fire Department responded and provided emergency medical care at the scene. The Minnesota State Patrol will reconstruct the accident scene today, and the crash remains under investigation.

Related Topics: POLICE
What To Read Next
The North Dakota Highway Patrol investigated the Wednesday, Jan. 25, crash.
Fundraising is underway to move the giant ball of twine from the Highland, Wisconsin, home of creator James Frank Kotera, who died last month at age 75, 44 years after starting the big ball.
“We see that when things happen in the coastal areas, a few years later, they start trending toward the Midwest,” said Rep. Ben Krohmer, serving his first term in the House.
“This is sensationalism at its finest, and it does not deserve to be heard in our state capitol,” Rep. Erin Healy, a Democrat and one of 10 votes against the bill in the 70-person chamber, said.