Witnesses say the small plane that crashed in north-central Minnesota, killing two people, appeared to be going "low and slow" before it went down. Cass County sheriff's officials have identified the two killed Friday when the fixed wing single-engine plane crashed near the Pine River Regional Airport.
Authorities say high winds caused scaffolding to collapse on the edge of the Vikings stadium site and fall onto a downtown Minneapolis street. The Minneapolis Police Department says the incident happened late Sunday afternoon.
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