Patrol: Pedestrian hit, killed while running across Twin Cities highway

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Police say a 28-year-old Minneapolis man running across a Minneapolis highway when he was struck and killed by a vehicle.

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According to the State Patrol, Kyle Day was on foot on I-94 at Seventh Street just north of downtown Minneapolis shortly after 3 a.m., when he was hit by a Ford Explorer traveling northbound.

Day was taken to HCMC where he died.

The Explorer rolled after hitting the man, the State Patrol says.

There were two people in the vehicle. The driver, a 40-year-old from Marshall, did not appear injured; the passenger, 45 years old and from St. Paul, sustained non-life threatening injuries.

Alcohol was not detected on either occupant.

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