Minnesota also gets a mention in the Midwest-bashing.
The driver suffered life-threatening injuries.
The incidents occurred in Scandia and May Township.
The man was arrested in Belle Plaine after he shot himself.
The 20-year-old suffered fatal injuries in the Tuesday evening crash.
A bad night for Wolves fans.
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High school sophomore Dychaun Lavonte Chew died after being hit.
The Twins scored five runs in the eighth before the bullpen unraveled in the ninth.
The crash happened Monday afternoon in St. Paul.
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ESPN's Adam Schefter believes the Vikings won't use the No. 3 pick in the draft to select Southern California left tackle Matt Kalil. He made the claim in and Q & A session with fans, although he does acknowledge the Vikings have not finalized their decision.
The Minnesota Vikings made Southern California left tackle Matt Kalil their No. 1 draft choice with the fourth pick in the NFL Draft tonight. Kalil is considered the top offensive lineman in the draft. At 6-foot-7, 306 pounds, Kalil is expected to anchor the Vikings' offensive line for the next ten years.
Vikings general manager Rick Spielman says there are a lot of different philosophies about selecting left tackles in the draft. Dominant left tackles are rarely found in free agency, which means the Vikings might have to decide between drafting Matt Kalil from USC, or trading back and hoping the second best tackle in the draft, Riley Reiff from Iowa is still on the board.
Friday is a big day for the Minnesota Vikings as they prepare to meet with USC left tackle Matt Kalil. The 6-foot-6, 306 pound first team All-American wasn't shy by saying he definitely believes he is the best offensive lineman in the draft. Many draft experts believe Kalil will be taken by the Vikings with the third overall pick.
The Buffalo Bills desire Southern Cal left tackle Matt Kalil enough that they are interested in trading the No. 10 pick in the first round and No. 41 pick in the second round for the Vikings' No. 3 overall pick, according to Charley Casserly of NFL Network.
Drafting talented players wasn't the only thing the Vikings had in mind when they took Matt Kalil and Harrison Smith in the first round of the NFL Draft. Head coach Leslie Frazier says they were "trying to find not only a talented guy, but a combination of talent and leadership."
The latest indication that Matt Kalil is the most likely selection for the Vikings with the third pick in the draft comes from his older brother and Carolina Panthers lineman Ryan Kalil. He says Matt had a “very good” visit with the Vikings last week, and offensive line coach Jeff Davidson “would really help” his younger brother.
The Vikings remained active by trading back into the first round to draft Notre Dame safety Harrison Smith. Minnesota gave up pick No. 35 in the second round and pick No. 98 in the fourth round for the Ravens first round selection, pick 29 to pull off the deal.
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