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Minnesota High School Football Player Dies in Car Accident

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Chris Miller a high school football player in Sanborn, MN died this week in a car accident 150 miles from Minneapolis. Having finished sitting out football practice at Red Rock Central high school, Miller and his two friends planned to drive a girl’s volleyball game in Edgerton. 

Due to the high speed of the vehicle, the car flipped over on the gravel road and landed on its roof. Miller was the only one fatally injured, because he was not wearing his seatbelt. The other two people in the car was Jake Fredrickson, the driver, and another passenger Alex Kircher, were taken to the hospital, but only suffered minor injuries. 

His coach described Miller as a “happy-go-luck” kid.  The Red Rock Central High School football team decided to forfeit their next game in respect to Miller.

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