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Fiery crash in Minnehaha County kills both drivers

RENNER (AP) -- A fiery crash in Minnehaha County involving two pickup trucks killed both drivers. The Highway Patrol says a pickup driven by an 18-year-old man crossed the center line on state Highway 115 and collided with the other truck about 1...

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RENNER (AP) - A fiery crash in Minnehaha County involving two pickup trucks killed both drivers.

The Highway Patrol says a pickup driven by an 18-year-old man crossed the center line on state Highway 115 and collided with the other truck about 10:40 p.m. Thursday. Both vehicles started on fire, about 2 miles north of Renner.

The 34-year-old man driving the other truck died in the fire. The 18-year-old was rescued by witnesses and taken to a Sioux Falls hospital, where he died Friday morning.

Neither man was immediately identified.

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