Alcohol believed to be a factor in Saturday afternoon rollover crash between Spicer and New London

All three occupants of a vehicle that rolled Saturday afternoon between Spicer and New London suffered non-life-threatening injuries and were transported to health care facilities. Alcohol is believed to be a factor.

Rollover accident

SPICER — Three people were injured in a Saturday afternoon rollover crash between Spicer and New London, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

Alcohol is considered to be a factor, according to the State Patrol.

According to the crash report, a 1999 Toyota Camry, driven by Wendy Luz Leos, 33, of San Antonio, Texas, was southbound around 4:11 p.m. Saturday on state Highway 23 when it lost control and went into the northbound lanes at the intersection of North Shore Drive between Spicer and New London.

The Camry entered the east ditch, rolled and landed partially in the lane of traffic.

Leos suffered non-life-threatening-injuries, as did another passenger Jame Leo, 35, also of San Antonio. Both were transported to Carris Health-Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar.


Another passenger, Joe Albert Magallanes, 34, of Dumas, Texas, also suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was transported to North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale.

According to the State Patrol, all occupants were wearing their seat belts.

North AirCare, the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Department, Kandiyohi County Rescue, New London Fire and Ambulance and Centra Care Ambulance also responded to the incident.

Mark Wasson has been a public safety reporter with Post Bulletin since May 2022. Previously, he worked as a general assignment reporter in the southwest metro and as a public safety reporter in Willmar, Minn. Readers can reach Mark at
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