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Geese cross road while three cars crash

WOODBURY -- Two people were injured when geese crossing a road caused a bottleneck near a shopping center.At about 6:30 p. m. March 19, Donna Rose Roberts, 59, of Apple Valley, drove her Nissan Murano into a Honda CRV driven by 56-year-old Lori A...

WOODBURY - Two people were injured when geese crossing a road caused a bottleneck near a shopping center.
At about 6:30 p. m. March 19, Donna Rose Roberts, 59, of Apple Valley, drove her Nissan Murano into a Honda CRV driven by 56-year-old Lori Anne Owens, of Woodbury. Owens and others had stopped to allow geese to cross Parkside Drive near Woodbury Lakes shopping center, according to a police report.
The CRV was thrown across the center median into oncoming traffic, where it hit a Buick Lucerne driven by Nicole Lyn Koski, 24, of Mountain Iron.
Owens was treated for injuries at Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Roberts was cited for careless driving.
There was no report of injury to any geese in the incident.

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