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Sheriff’s office releases name of man killed in crash

The Nisswa man left behind a wife and a newborn daughter.

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NISSWA — The 29-year-old Nisswa man who died in a single-vehicle crash Monday, Feb. 1, in Lake Edward Township, was identified as Jeremy Drisko Frost, reported the Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office.

The fatal crash was reported at 9:26 p.m. near the intersection of Crow Wing County Highway 18 and Wedgewood Road. Upon arrival, deputies found a 2004 Toyota Tundra, which had been traveling east on County Highway 18, went out of control and collided with a tree.

Frost was pronounced dead at the scene.

A GoFundMe for Frost’s widow and child was created and as of 5 p.m. Wednesday $7,385 was raised. According to the page, Frost left behind his wife Mindy Frost and newborn daughter Gracie. The purpose of the fundraiser is to help support his wife and daughter “throughout this difficult time, with whatever it is they may need. The family is very appreciative of your thoughts, prayers, and the wonderful memories you have shared of him,” the post stated.

“Jeremy was an incredible husband, father, and man who was held in high regard. He will be truly missed by many.”

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To donate to the family go to gofundme.com/f/support-mindy-and-gracie-frost .

The Nisswa Fire Department, Nisswa, Breezy Point and Lake Shore police departments, North Memorial Health Ambulance and the Minnesota State Patrol assisted the county at the scene of the crash.

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