Princeton man dead in Arden Hills crash
A Princeton man is dead after his car was rear-ended in a four-car pileup in Arden Hills Friday.
David Eisen, 64, was killed after his car was the first one rear-ended in the crash, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. He was wearing his seatbelt.
Seven others in three vehicles were not injured in the crash, which happened at 4:36 p.m. on Highway 10, just south of County Road 96 in Arden Hills. All seven were wearing seatbelts.
All four vehicles were westbound on Highway 10 at the time of the crash, according to the state patrol.
Two cars and a truck were stopped in traffic on the road when a vehicle driven by Nicholas Anderson, of Brainerd, read-ended Eisen's car, causing the chain reaction crash with the two vehicles in front of him, according the the state patrol.
Anderson was traveling at freeway speeds, the state patrol said.
The crash is under investigation.