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Moose killed in car crash; woman injured

KEEWATIN, Minn. -- A Colorado woman was injured and the car she was riding in was extensively damaged when it collided with a moose early Saturday morning near here.

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KEEWATIN, Minn. -- A Colorado woman was injured and the car she was riding in was extensively damaged when it collided with a moose early Saturday morning near here.

Rochelle Turch, 28, of Aurora, Colo., suffered non-life-threatening injuries when the 2014 Ford Fusion she was riding in ran into a moose that came out of a ditch at 1:46 a.m. on Highway 169 in Itasca County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

The moose died at the scene. The driver of the vehicle, 28-year-old Cody Hendrix of Aurora was not injured.

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