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Huge boulder falls out of dump truck, kills mom and daughter

- A boulder fell off a commercial truck on a road in Rosemount, Minn, hitting a auto and killing the two people inside, according to Rosemount police. Rosemount Police Chief Mitchell Scott says it isn't clear whether Czeck was aware that the boulder had fallen.

Police arrested the driver of the truck carrying the boulder, Joe P. Czeck, on Wednesday.

"Things happen out of our control all the time, so take the extra time to make sure things are secure", Scott said.

Scott said "good old-fashioned police work" led to Czeck's arrest.

The mother and daughter, both of Shoreview, Minnesota, died from blunt force head trauma, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner's office said. "We had a connection like no other", he continued.

"You're required by law to have whatever you are hauling secured in your vehicle", Scott told WCCO. He said she would help anyone in need and had an fantastic sense of humor.

Jena's boyfriend, Ryan Kilian, said, "The world has lost an angel".

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Her daughter Jena worked as a manager at a number of Red Lobster locations. She's so smart and attractive.

Minnesota court records show Czeck has been convicted of six moving violations since 2003, including speeding in Dakota County in 2013.

"I literally have spent hours just talking to her".

'She would do anything for anyone who needed help she loved her family so much she had an incredible sense of humor. "She had an fantastic sense of humor I literally have spent hours just talking to her", Kilian wrote to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS.

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.

Investigators visited local construction sites where they were able to determine that the vehicle belonged to Czeck Services, a landscaping company.

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