Army vet critically injured after trying to help friend

West St. Paul officers say Kyle Kissinger was dragged nearly two blocks after he became tangled in the vehicle of a friend he was attempting to keep from driving. Kissinger sustained critical brain injuries from the incident.
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West St. Paul officers say Kyle Kissinger was dragged nearly two blocks after he became tangled in the vehicle of a friend he was attempting to keep from driving. Kissinger sustained critical brain injuries from the incident.

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