Driver of other car in Tiedeman collision dies

A woman from Blaine died from injuries sustained in a car accident involving Republican strategist Chris Tiedeman and his wife. The Star Tribune reports Chris Tiedeman has had his breathing tube removed. Sara Tiedeman remains in critical condition.
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A woman from Blaine died from injuries sustained in a car accident involving Republican strategist Chris Tiedeman and his wife. The Star Tribune reports Chris Tiedeman has had his breathing tube removed. Sara Tiedeman remains in critical condition.

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