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Man sneezes, knocks out power to 1,300 people in Winona

A driver tells police he sneezed, accidentally hit the gas and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle jumped a curb and hit a guy wire, which snapped and broke a power line.
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A driver tells police he sneezed, accidentally hit the gas and lost control of his vehicle. The vehicle jumped a curb and hit a guy wire, which snapped and broke a power line.

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