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HENNING, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota troopers have identified the two Deer Creek residents killed in a head-on crash this week that left four others seriously injured.
A KBRF-AM report (http://bit.ly/Y9mzUP ) says the deceased were 34-year-old Sean Campbell and 26-year-old Pamella Whyte Campbell.
The Minnesota State Patrol says Sean Campbell was driving on Highway 108 in Otter Tail County on Wednesday night. Troopers say he was driving southbound in the northbound lane when his car collided head-on with an SUV.
Sean Campbell and Pamella Whyte Campbell were killed. Two children in their car, ages 8 and 5, were seriously injured.
Grant and Lisa Smith of Henning were in the SUV. They both suffered serious injuries.
Information from: KBRF-AM, http://www.kbrf1250.com
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