Online Fundraisers Set Up For I-35 Crash Victims
DULUTH, Minn. – Online fundraisers have been set up for the victims involved in Monday’s wrong-way head-on crash on I-35 in Duluth.
One of those fundraisers is for 26-year-old Duanda Robinson of Duluth and her 2-year-old daughter. Click here for their GoFundMe page.
They were killed when an SUV driven by 23-year-old Aaron Dame of Duluth slammed into their vehicle.
Dame also died in the crash.
The Minnesota State Patrol says Dame, who was on probation for a DWI conviction, had alcohol in his system and was going the wrong way on I-35 near 40th
Avenue West before the crash.
The passenger in his vehicle, 22-year-old Abigail Ptasnik, also of Duluth, is in serious but stable condition at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis.
Meanwhile, the Minnesota State Patrol continues to investigation the crash.