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Wild ride: 10 agencies join in western Wisconsin car chase; driver escapes

A traffic stop in Osceola turned into a 90-mile-an-hour chase that involved deputies from three counties, cops from four cities, the DNR and even a Minnesota State Patrol helicopter. A K-9 unit finally tracked down one passenger in a farm field but at least two other people in the car got away.
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A traffic stop in Osceola turned into a 90-mile-an-hour chase that involved deputies from three counties, cops from four cities, the DNR and even a Minnesota State Patrol helicopter. A K-9 unit finally tracked down one passenger in a farm field but at least two other people in the car got away.

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