A Minnesota woman driving north of Minneapolis hit a deer, which caused her vehicle to burst into flames, authorities said Wednesday.
According to the Isanti Sheriff’s Office, the collision occurred shortly before 7:10 a.m. CDT about 10 miles of St. Francis, the Star-Tribune of Minneapolis reported.
The driver and her dog were not injured, Sheriff’s Capt. John Elder told the newspaper. The deer, which was a buck, did not survive the impact from the vehicle, the sheriff’s office said in a Facebook post.
The woman was driving south on Highway 47 when an eight-point buck crossed into her path, Elder told the Star-Tribune.
The sheriff’s office said that several witnesses helped the driver remove her belongings before the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames.
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