St. Paul woman survives I-94 crash - myfoxcarolinas.com

SURVIVAL STORY: SUV Fell Off I-94 Bridge, Landed On Her Car

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Jennifer Beardsley is working toward being an EMT, and she already has one amazing survival story to tell.

The 37-year-old woman was driving through St. Paul around 8:30 p.m. Saturday night when an SUV went off an Interstate 94 flyover ramp and landed on top of her car on the street below.

The Minnesota State Patrol said 38-year-old Eric Fuentes of St. Paul lost control of his Ford Explorer on the ramp from 5th Street to westbound I-94, landing his SUV on top of Beardsley's Kia Sportage.

Fuentes is in serious condition and Beardsley sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Both drivers were wearing seat belts and no alcohol was detected at the scene.

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