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LEEDS, Utah (AP) — Authorities say a driver alone in a vehicle was killed when it struck a horse on Interstate 15 in southwestern Utah.
The Highway Patrol says the wreck occurred near Leeds in Washington County early Thursday morning before troopers arrived in response to a report of horses on the highway.
A Highway Patrol spokesman, Sgt. Nichols Street, said the horse didn't survive.
No information was released about the driver's identity.
Leeds is 256 miles (411 kilometers) south of Salt Lake City.
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