Undated (KROC-AM News)- At least two people lost their lives on Minnesota’s roads Saturday. 

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One of the fatalities involved two vehicles and the other was a collision between a car and pedestrian. The first deadly incident happened in the Twin Cities area and the second occurred in northern Minnesota. 

Authorities in Anoka County responded to the report of a motor vehicle crash on a rural road in Columbus, which is about 10 miles northeast of Blaine. The preliminary investigation indicates a northbound SUV entered the southbound lane of a two-lane road where it collided with an SUV that was driving south. 

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The driver of the wrong-way vehicle, described as an adult female, was pronounced dead at the scene. The southbound driver, described as an adult male, was taken to a hospital and is reported to be in stable condition. The names of the drivers involved have not been released. 

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The second fatality happened about five hours later in Crow Wing County near the western shore of Mille Lacs Lake. The State Patrol says a car traveling west on Hwy. 18 struck a pedestrian at a rural intersection. 

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The pedestrian is described as a 30-year-old woman from Princeton. Her name and details surrounding her death are set to be released at a later time. 

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The driver of the car, identified as 49-year-old Roland Dale Aasen of Zimmerman, MN, was not hurt.

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