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ROOSEVELT, Utah (AP) -- A 52-year-old woman has survived after being hit by two pickup trucks and dragged 25 yards in Roosevelt.
The Utah Highway Patrol says Marie Wolfe has a crushed pelvis and many abrasions.
She was hit and dragged by a pickup truck Sunday while trying to cross U.S. 40 in downtown Roosevelt. When she finally broke free, Wolfe was run over by another pickup.
The Deseret News says the case is under investigation. Wolfe is at a University of Utah hospital.
Information from: Deseret News
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