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Horse killed after causing Toledo crash

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A horse has been euthanized after being struck by an SUV near Toledo Dec. 26, according to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Office.

The horse had wandered into the street on the 400 block of Toledo-Vader Rd., west of Toledo, and at around 9:20 p.m. it was hit by a westbound 2004 Ford Expedition, driven by a 54-year-old Castle Rock man.

The driver of the Ford sustained no injuries and the SUV suffered minor passenger side damage, but the horse’s front leg had almost been severed from its body, reports stated, and a veterinarian was brought to the scene and later euthanized the animal.

The owner of the horse, an 18-year-old Toledo female, was contacted at a nearby residence and arrangements were made to remove the horse from the roadway. She was also cited for having an animal at large.
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