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State Patrol releases names in Prinsburg crash

PRINSBURG -- A 55-year-old Bloomington man and a 22-year-old Iowa man have been identified as the two people killed in a fiery, head-on crash Sunday afternoon in Prinsburg.

PRINSBURG -- A 55-year-old Bloomington man and a 22-year-old Iowa man have been identified as the two people killed in a fiery, head-on crash Sunday afternoon in Prinsburg.

According to the State Patrol, David A. Lundgren was the driver of the 2005 Chevy Silverado that burst into flames after it collided with a 2005 Ford Super Duty pickup driven by Dorothy Hovland, 75, of Shakopee.

The passenger in the Chevy pickup was identified as Travis F. Belline. No hometown was listed by the State Patrol.

Hovland was airlifted to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale and is in critical condition. A passenger in her vehicle, Raymond Minahan, 75, of Ortonville was treated for non-life-threatening injuries at Rice Memorial Hospital in Willmar.

According to the State Patrol, Hovland was going west on state Highway 7 near Sixth Street and the Lundgren vehicle was going east when they crashed head-on.

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