Eden Prairie woman hit while digging her car out of snow dies from injuries

The 29-year-old was struck during the mid-April snowstorm.
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A woman from Eden Prairie died in the hospital from injuries sustained in an accident 10 days earlier.

Jennifer Lovering, 29, of Martin Drive, had spun out on Highway 5 in Eden Prairie on Apr. 15, during the historic storm that dumped almost 2 feet of snow on parts of the metro area.

The State Patrol says she was digging her Chevy Aveo out of a ditch, the driver of a westbound Acura lost traction and veered off the road, colliding with Lovering's Aveo.

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Lovering was pinned between the two vehicles, suffering horrific injuries that she ultimately succumbed to on Wednesday.

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner's Office said she died from multiple blunt force injuries.

A GoFundMe account set up for her family has so far raised more than $5,500, saying: "She will be so dearly missed by all."

Her Facebook page states she previously attended Bemidji Senior High School and Augsburg University, and worked as an actuarial analyst at Anthem.

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