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Minister drives by crash scene, not knowing wife died there: 'She was a beautiful, sweet, loving woman'

CHICAGO - David Brown exited the Dan Ryan Expressway in Chicago at 79th Street and passed ambulances and police cars surrounded by yellow crime tape.

Brown, a minister at a South Side church, assumed it was a shooting and drove on to his home a few blocks away

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