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Documents reveal discrepancy in Senser hit-and-run case

Prosecutors maintain Amy Senser returned to the scene soon after the victim was struck and killed on the shoulder of Interstate 94 in Minneapolis. But an eyewitness described a younger woman with lighter hair. The state trooper who wrote the affidavit noted the description could apply to Senser's daughter.
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Prosecutors maintain Amy Senser returned to the scene soon after the victim was struck and killed on the shoulder of Interstate 94 in Minneapolis. But an eyewitness described a younger woman with lighter hair. The state trooper who wrote the affidavit noted the description could apply to Senser's daughter.

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