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For second time in a week, crash on MN road leaves multiple victims

A weekend crash in Austin killed two men and injured another. Authorities suspect the driver was speeding when his vehicle left the road, snapping both a tree and a power line. The accident came less than a week after the crash near Alexandria that left four women dead.
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A weekend crash in Austin killed two men and injured another. Authorities suspect the driver was speeding when his vehicle left the road, snapping both a tree and a power line. The accident came less than a week after the crash near Alexandria that left four women dead.

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