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Woman in Critical Condition after Crash that Killed another Driver

In a recent crash, the victim did nothing wrong; he was simply in the wrong place and the wrong time when a woman was driving in the wrong direction on a Minnesota highway. Now his family is suffering the devastating consequences of the woman’s negligent actions.

According to the state highway patrol, the woman was driving north in the southbound lanes when she collided head-on into a Ford Fusion. The Fusion caught fire on impact and landed in the median; the driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The negligent female driver was transported to an area hospital in critical condition. No information has been released whether drugs or alcohol were a factor.

The crash remains under investigation, but in the meantime the family of the deceased should consult an experienced auto accident attorney.

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