Truck in Wisconsin mud event hits crowd, injures 5

A mishap at a mud event in Eau Claire, Wis., Saturday afternoon has left at least five people with injuries. Authorities said a truck involved in the Pioneer Park Mud Bog event left the course and hit at least several people, including a young boy.
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A mishap at a mud event in Eau Claire, Wis., Saturday afternoon has left at least five people with injuries. Authorities said a truck involved in the Pioneer Park Mud Bog event left the course and hit at least several people, including a young boy.

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