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The Second Victim of a Semi Crash in Western Wisconsin is Still MissingSubmitted: 03/06/2013
Story By Associated Press

MENOMINEE - The second victim of a semi crash in wester Wisconsin is still missing.

Today, authorities again search the icy waters of the Red Cedar River.

The State Patrol said yesterday two Minnesota men are believed to have died when their semi slid off Interstate 94, down an embankment and into the River near Menomonie.

The body of the driver was found in the cab of the tractor.

The body of a passenger has not yet been recovered.

Both men were from Minneapolis.

The owner of the semi is Dashman's Transport of Lansing, Michigan.

Some lanes along I-94 may be restricted today as a recovery team works at the crash site.

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