Third teen dies of injuries as result of Hudson crash

The Wisconsin State Patrol says a third teenager from New Richmond, Wis., has died from injuries following a crash between an SUV and semi-truck last week on I-94 near Hudson. Authorities say Zachary D. Zajec, 17, died Monday of head, chest and other injuries from the July 30 crash. Two other boys, ages 16 and 17, also died when the Dodge Durango Zajec was driving rear-ended the semi.
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The Wisconsin State Patrol says a third teenager from New Richmond, Wis., has died from injuries following a crash between an SUV and semi-truck last week on I-94 near Hudson. Authorities say Zachary D. Zajec, 17, died Monday of head, chest and other injuries from the July 30 crash. Two other boys, ages 16 and 17, also died when the Dodge Durango Zajec was driving rear-ended the semi.

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