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No one hurt in Pierre crash involving Highway Patrol trooper

PIERRE (AP) -- No one was hurt in a two-vehicle crash at a Pierre intersection involving a state Highway Patrol trooper. Authorities tell KCCR radio that an 85-year-old woman ran a red light on Tuesday afternoon and collided with a patrol squad car.

PIERRE (AP) - No one was hurt in a two-vehicle crash at a Pierre intersection involving a state Highway Patrol trooper.

Authorities tell KCCR radio that an 85-year-old woman ran a red light on Tuesday afternoon and collided with a patrol squad car. Both vehicles suffered significant damage.

The woman was cited for failing to obey a traffic signal.

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