Joe Senser: wife sometimes lives in "Amyworld"

Joe Senser says he was not surprised his wife failed to keep an agreement to give their daughters a ride home from a concert last August. The former Viking testified about the night when prosecutors say Amy Senser struck and killed a man with her SUV and failed to stop. Her attorney says Amy Senser was not aware of hitting anyone.
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Joe Senser says he was not surprised his wife failed to keep an agreement to give their daughters a ride home from a concert last August. The former Viking testified about the night when prosecutors say Amy Senser struck and killed a man with her SUV and failed to stop. Her attorney says Amy Senser was not aware of hitting anyone.

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