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A fatal two-vehicle crash closed both lanes of Highway 14 east of Sleepy Eye for several hours this morning.
The state patrol said a westbound 2001 GMC Sierra and an eastbound 2001 Ford Econoline collided in the highway's east lane about 6 a.m. near its intersection with 250th Avenue in Brown County.
More information will be released later.
Highway reopened about 12:15 p.m
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