The Minnesota State Patrol is saying that alcohol played a part in the crash that killed four people near Montgomery in September. The State Patrol says that Condon Hulgan of Montgomery had a blood-alcohol content of .214, nearly three times the legal limit for driving. Hulgan crossed the center line on LeSueur County Road 26 and collided with a vehicle driven by Jeffery Miller of LeCenter.
Miller’s blood alcohol content was .032. Both drivers were killed as was Hulgan’s 11 year old step daughter and a passenger in Miller’s vehicle. The location of the crash was just a few miles from where Hulgan and his step-daughter lived.