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Woman, dog reunited after fatal crash

A driver who survived a fatal crash and lost her Chihuahua in the accident recovered the dog six days later. Residents on a farm not far from the crash site three miles north of New Richland were able to catch the dog, Mia, and arranged for a reunion for grateful owner and Waseca resident Mandi Kauffman, the Albert Lea Tribune reports.
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A driver who survived a fatal crash and lost her Chihuahua in the accident recovered the dog six days later. Residents on a farm not far from the crash site three miles north of New Richland were able to catch the dog, Mia, and arranged for a reunion for grateful owner and Waseca resident Mandi Kauffman, the Albert Lea Tribune reports.

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