Online Fundraisers Set Up For I-35 Crash Victims

Duanda Robinson and daughter

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.

 

Aaron Dame

Aaron Dame

 

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.

Abigail Ptasnik

CaringBridge and GoFundMe sites have been set up to help her with medical costs.

Meanwhile, the Minnesota State Patrol continues to investigation the crash.

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