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UPDATE: 4 days after crash, Pella Wal-Mart to reopen

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Victims Jean & Bob DeJong Victims Jean & Bob DeJong
Victim Lindsey Rietveld Victim Lindsey Rietveld
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The Iowa Wal-Mart where three people died after a pickup truck crashed into the store plans to reopen on Sunday.
   Wal-Mart company spokesman Charles Crowson told The Des Moines Register (http://dmreg.co/2gTZAcH ) that the store in Pella, Iowa, would reopen at 7 a.m. Sunday.
   Authorities have said the Thursday morning crash appears to have been unintentional.
   The crash killed two store employees: 31-year-old Carrie Zugg, of Leighton, and 29-year-old Lindsey Rietveld, of Bussey. Seventy-six-year-old customer Ruth Jean DeJong, of Pella, also died.
   DeJong's husband, 77-year-old Robert DeJong, was injured in the crash and remained hospitalized Saturday.
   Iowa State Patrol spokesman Sgt. Nathan Ludwig said Saturday that the truck's driver, 66-year-old Dennis Mockenhaupt, of Knoxville, Iowa, had been released from the hospital after his injuries were treated.
The Pella Wal-Mart will reopen Sunday morning, three days after a pickup truck crashed through the store's front doors, killing three people, a company spokesman said Saturday, according to the Des Moines Register. They also report the driver of the truck was released from the hospital.
The Iowa Department of Public Safety is releasing the names of those killed and injured after a truck crashes into an Iowa Walmart.
The crash happened at the Pella store on Thursday morning.
Investigators say the following people were killed in the accident: Carrie Zugg, 31 from Leighton, Lindsey Rietveld, 29 from Bussey, and Ruth Jean DeJong, 76 from Pella.
Investigators say Zugg and Rietveld were employees at the Walmart and DeJong was a shopper.
They also released the names of those who were injured. Dennis Mockenhaupt, 66, was the driver of the truck; he is from Knoxville. Robert DeJong, 77, from Pella was also injured when he was at the store to shop.
Information on their conditions hasn't been released.
Autopsies will be done on those who died next week at the State Medical Examiner's Office in Ankeny.
Stick with KWWL for details as this story develops. 
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