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Third Wisconsin traffic death now blamed on snow

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MENOMINEE FALLS, Wis. (WKOW) -- The number of traffic deaths has risen to three from Sunday's snowfall in southeastern Wisconsin.

Police say a 63-year-old Franklin man died from injuries suffered in a massive pileup on Highway 41/45.

Menominee Falls police say another person involved in the crash suffered life-threatening injuries.

Crashes shut down the highway for about nine hours Sunday.

A woman was killed in a rollover crash on northbound Interstate 43 at Highway 100 in Milwaukee County, and a man was killed in a multiple-vehicle crash that closed eastbound/southbound I-94 in Racine County for about seven hours.

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