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UPDATE: Victim of fatal Hwy 63 crash identified

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NEAR STEWARTVILLE, Minn. (KTTC) -

The Minnesota State Patrol has identified those involved in a deadly broadside crash south of Stewartville Thursday. 

According to the State Patrol, the crash happened at 11:59 a.m. Thursday on Highway 63 about three miles south of Stewartville.

A semi truck was headed south on Highway 63 when the driver, 40-year-old Sarjant Nanrey from Canada, lost control on icy roads and collided with the Chevy pickup in the northbound lanes. 

The driver of the pickup, 54-year-old Harold Bredesen of Racine, did not survive the crash. Nanrey was not injured.

NewsCenter's Taj Simmons reports the semi appeared to have driven on the top of the Chevy.

The Mower County Sheriff's Office and Olmsted County Sheriff's Office assisted on the scene.

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