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Thanksgiving Day brought the first measurable snow to the Twin Cities, and Minnesota State Patrol officials tended to 90 crashes statewide, including one fatality.
From 6 a.m. through 4:30 p.m., State Patrol officials cited 90 crashes, which injured 22 people and one was killed. There were 56 incidents of vehicles veering off the road or spinning out. There was some freezing water on the roadways, but weather was not a factor in the fatal crash.
Just before 10 a.m. in southern Minnesota, a Honda Civic was heading northbound on Highway 52 north of Chatfield when it crossed the center line several times before crossing again and colliding with a southbound GMC Acadia, witnesses said. A northbound Toyota Camry swerved to avoid the vehicles after the crash, entered a ditch and rolled.
The driver of the Camry and the driver and two passengers in the Acadia, including an infant, suffered non-life-threatening injuries. One person was killed, but an identity will not be released until Friday morning.
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