Driver upset with Duluth road-striping crew that painted over road kill

A northern Minnesota woman is taking exception to the way a road-striping crew handled road kill near a Duluth roadside this week. Patty Donaldson said instead of removing a dead racoon from the roadway, the crew painted over it.
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A northern Minnesota woman is taking exception to the way a road-striping crew handled road kill near a Duluth roadside this week. Patty Donaldson said instead of removing a dead racoon from the roadway, the crew painted over it.

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