Two men killed in central Minnesota crash

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A car went off the road in central Minnesota and rolled into Lake Mille Lacs early Sunday, killing two men and injuring a third, news sources report.

Alcohol was detected in all three men, the Associated Press reported. Two of the men, Keegan Morrison, 32, of Minneapolis, and Ronald Dorr, 42, of Columbia, Minn., were wearing seatbelts. The crash killed Dorr, the front-seat passenger, and the driver, Andrew Nickaboine, 37, of Minneapolis, who was not wearing a seatbelt, the Star Tribune reported. Morrison, the rear-seat passenger, was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, according to the Associated Press.

The Minnesota State Patrol believes the crash occurred while the men were heading north on Timber Trail Road, about 15 miles northwest of the city of Onamia. The car rolled into a ditch and ended up in the lake after crossing Hwy. 169. The crash occurred just after midnight, the Star Tribune reported.

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