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Driver hits cow in Richland County, causes extensive damage

Richland County, N.D.-- A driver refused medical help after he hit a cow with his van and was injured. Authorities say it happened Wednesday night around 10:30 on Highway 11 near mile marker 170. A cow came out of a ditch when 30-year-old Raymond...

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Richland County, N.D. - A driver refused medical help after he hit a cow with his van and was injured. 

Authorities say it happened Wednesday night around 10:30 on Highway 11 near mile marker 170. 

A cow came out of a ditch when 30-year-old Raymond Green of Fairmount hit it.  Green's injuries weren't life-threatening. 

The cow was injured and the crash caused around $3,500 in damages. 

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