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Dashboard cam catches elderly Minnesotan's near-miss with another car

The dashboard camera of a Minnesota State Patrol squad car recently captured this video of a car narrowly missing another vehicle on Highway 59 in Detroit Lakes.

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Video image from the Minnesota State Patrol dashboard camera. (VIDEO IMAGE)

The dashboard camera of a Minnesota State Patrol squad car recently captured this video of a car narrowly missing another vehicle on Highway 59 in Detroit Lakes.

The elderly male driver of the white sedan had just turned from a four-lane highway onto this two-lane road and drove into oncoming traffic.

The man told the trooper he thought the other vehicle was to blame for the near head-on collision.

The driver was cited for failure to keep right/over the center line.

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