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Fatal crash involving pedestrians in downtown Minneapolis

One pedestrian was killed and another was hospitalized in critical condition.
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A driver ran a red light and caused a vehicle collision that struck two men who were on foot in downtown Minneapolis on Monday evening. 

According to Minneapolis police, the crash happened at 5:42 p.m. when the driver of a "suspect vehicle" was ran a red light at Marquette Avenue and 10th Street South and collided with another vehicle, causing it to "spin around and strike the two victims." 

The force of the impact caused the pedestrians, who were on the corner of the intersection, to "go through a plate glass window of a business nearby." 

Both men were badly injured, with the most seriously injured victim dying shortly after being transported to Hennepin County Medical Center. The other victim was hospitalized at HCMC in critical condition but is expected to survive, according to police. 

"The driver of the suspect vehicle is believed to be in his 20s and showed signs of possible impairment," a release from MPD says. Neither driver was injured. 

The identities of persons involved in the crash have not been released. 

Police continue to investigate the incident. 

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