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Deer Creek woman hurt after striking a deer on Highway 210

A Deer Creek woman was injured yesterday after hitting a deer on Highway 210, which caused the driver's side window of her car to break. Clara Mullet, age 28, was driving a Ford Taurus westbound in Henning Township at about 10:43 a.m. when she st...

A Deer Creek woman was injured yesterday after hitting a deer on Highway 210, which caused the driver’s side window of her car to break.

Clara Mullet, age 28, was driving a Ford Taurus westbound in Henning Township at about 10:43 a.m. when she struck the deer, the Minnesota State Patrol reports.

Mullet suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the accident, according to the patrol. A 1-year-old passenger in her vehicle was not hurt. They were taken to Tri-County Health Care in Wadena.

Both were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident, and alcohol was not a factor.

Emergency aid from Otter Tail County and Tri-County Health Care assisted the state patrol at the scene.

Related Topics: MINNESOTA STATE PATROL
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