Four Minnesotans have been killed in highway accidents, including two people who died after two cars crashed head-on west of Rochester early Friday.

The Friday crash occurred about 2:35 a.m. on Hwy. 14, about 4 miles from Rochester, according to the State Patrol. Killed were Tyler Hoff, 18, of Mazeppa, Minn., and Emery Van Hook, 22, of Kasson, Minn., the patrol reported. Critically hurt were Sondra Dewerd, 23, of Rochester, and Alexander Korbi, 18, of Mesa, Ariz.

Dewerd was driving east in the westbound lane when she collided with a car driven by Van Hook, the patrol said.

Elsewhere, a Woodbury couple were killed on Hwy. 21 near Nashua, Iowa, about 4:40 p.m. Thursday. The driver, Mary Quinn, 68, drove onto the shoulder and overcorrected, rolling the car, according to the Iowa State Patrol. She and her passenger, Bernard Quinn, 70, died.