Deer crashes through car windshield and out back window


A woman was seriously injured after the car she was driving struck a deer Friday morning in southern Minnesota.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 45-year-old Catherine Treanor of Mapleton was traveling on Hwy 169 near Winnebago, about 30 miles south of Mankato, around 6:30 a.m. when the car collided with the deer.

The deer entered the front windshield and exited the rear window, the incident report states. The car then spun out and hit a utility pole.

Treanor was airlifted to St. Marys Hospital in Rochester. Her current condition is unknown.

State Troopers were assisted by Winnebago police and fire and the Faribault County Sheriff's Office.

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