Duluth, MN (KDAL) - Minnesota State troopers say a crash on I-35 between an S-U-V and a deer demonstrates why motorists need to be extra vigilant this time of year. Captain Steven Stromback says with the hunting season underway, deer are on the move and they see an uptick in the number of deer versus vehicle collisions. That was the case for a Burnsville woman Wednesday morning, who hit a deer on I-35 south of Cloquet near mile post 234. 46 year-old Alison Price-Newman and her passenger 20 year-old Muhammad Bajwa were both hurt when the deer went through the Suburu Forester’s windshield. Due to the extent of Bajwa’s injuries, he was taken to Cloquet Memorial Hospital and onto Essentia St. Mary’s Hospital.
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