MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Two pedestrians have been killed in separate crashes in Minnesota.

Minneapolis police say a man believed to be in his 50s was crossing a four-lane avenue about 3 a.m. Wednesday when a driver struck him at an intersection. The driver, in his
20s, remained on the scene and was cooperating with investigators. The pedestrian died at Hennepin County Medical Center.

And, a crash in northern Minnesota Tuesday night killed a 45-year-old Squaw Lake man who was standing near a stalled vehicle along Highway 46. The State Patrol says Tommy John Schultz died at the scene after he was struck by a pickup truck in Itasca
County.

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