Woman dies after deer crashes into vehicle

LONG PRAIRIE, Minn. -- A woman from Osakis died after a deer crashed through her windshield Friday night.

Alisha Lynn Oliver, 22, was driving south on Todd County Road 1 near Lake Osakis, when the collision happened at about 8:30 p.m., according to the Sheriff's Department.

Cornealous Anthony King of Long Prairie was headed north on County Road 1 when the deer ran out of the east ditch, said Deputy Joni Danielson. King's car hit the deer, causing the animal to fly through Oliver's windshield. She died at Long Prairie Memorial Hospital, Danielson said.

King was not injured.

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