The Star Tribune reports Czeck is charged in Dakota County with criminal vehicular homicide and criminal vehicular operation.
As the lorry rolled over railway tracks, the boulder flew off, crashing into the family's vehicle, Rosemount police said in a news release.
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The driver of a vehicle was arrested Wednesday after a boulder it was carrying broke free and crashed into another auto, killing two women, police said.
"If you tried to duplicate this millions of times - I don't think you'd be able to do that - I think it was a very unique situation", said Rosemount Police Chief Mitchell Scott. At a site off Minnesota 3 in the Inver Grove Heights-Eagan area, workers identified the truck as belonging to Czeck Services, a landscaping company, and said it had been there Monday picking up boulders. Czeck's next court appearance is set for October 4 in Hastings.
"You're required by law to have whatever you are hauling secured in your vehicle", he said. 'So if you have a lawn mower or an ATV, UTV inside, you are responsible to make sure it's secure'. Karen, 67, was retired from her job as a training representative at Dakota County Technical College (DCTC) in Rosemount.More news: U.K. makes concrete E.U. trade-relations proposals anticipating Brexit
"She is the most wonderful person I have ever met".
And he hit out at the company whose truck was carrying the boulder, saying: 'Ok I know it was an accident but he didn't just ruin two lives.
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A witness told authorities that while the truck was parked, they saw a man outside the vehicle strapping a large boulder down in the back.