An Oakdale man was involved in a five-vehicle crash on Saturday.
An Oakdale man was struck by two vehicles on I-94 Saturday. Randy S. McTigue, 50, was involved in a minor crash with two other vehicles near the Minnesota 280 exit around 7 a.m. When McTigue got out of his car to speak with the other drivers, two other vehicles hit him, according to a report by the Pioneer Press. McTigue was taken to Regions Hospital where he was in serious condition. McTigue's condition changed from serious to fair condition on Sunday, according to Regions Hospital. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free email newsletter
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Earlier this month, the City of Minneapolis released a study of car crash statistics that had some striking results: a great many collisions between bicycles and automobiles were the fault of both the cyclist and the driver involved. Red pins in the map above mark the worst intersections for bike-car crashes. Depending on where your views lie on the car-versus-bike question, the results might not have been all that surprising. The study, which analyzed data from 2000 to 2010, found that many drivers caused crashes by not yielding to bikes when they should under state law. It also said that many cyclists caused accidents by "riding in an unpredictable manner," doing things like running traffic lights or riding on the wrong side of the road…