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Racoon stops traffic on 394

State Troopers stopped traffic and looked underneath vehicles as they tried to trap the rascal. KARE reports the critter eventually got off the highway around Penn Avenue.
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State Troopers stopped traffic and looked underneath vehicles as they tried to trap the rascal. KARE reports the critter eventually got off the highway around Penn Avenue.

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