Patrol: 2 men die in wrong-way driver crash on Iowa interstate
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Patrol: 2 men die in wrong-way driver crash on Iowa interstate

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CLEAR LAKE, Iowa (AP) — A wrong-way driver and the driver of a vehicle he struck in northern Iowa have both died, authorities said.

The collision was reported around 9:45 a.m. Wednesday on Interstate 35, just north of Clear Lake.

The Iowa State Patrol said Henry Robinson, 30, of Newnan, Georgia, was driving south in the northbound lanes when his minivan hit a pickup truck driven by Bryon Hendricks, 52, of West Des Moines. Both men died.

A third vehicle clipped Hendricks' pickup, the patrol said, but the driver wasn't injured.

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