Sauk Rapids man dies in road rage crash

RICE, Minn. -- Police say road rage was the cause of an accident that killed a Sauk Rapids man Sunday night.

William M. Majerus, 25, was arguing with two 16-year-old Sauk Rapids boys on westbound Minnesota 10 when he apparently started chasing them, the State Patrol said.

The chase went eight miles from just north of Sauk Rapids to north of Rice.

It ended when the two cars collided. Majerus was thrown out of his vehicle as it rolled several times. He was airlifted to St. Cloud Hospital, where he died.

His passenger had minor injuries. The teenagers were not hurt, the patrol said.

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