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Wabasha woman killed in central Minnesota after collision with drunk driver

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LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (KTTC) -

A Wabasha woman was killed by a drunk driver Monday evening in central Minnesota. 

State Patrol says at 4 p.m., 86-year-old Dolores Mickow was in a northbound Ford Escape on Highway 10 in Little Falls,  when a Subaru driven by a drunk driver hit her vehicle head-on.

Officials say the woman responsible is 70-year-old Lana Nornberg of Little Falls.

Nornberg was southbound on Highway 10 when she side-swept a Semi, then hit the Escape.

Mickow died at the scene.

The other victims weren't seriously injured.
 

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