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One person died in Michigan after they were struck by a semi-truck hauling 80,000 pounds of corn Friday that spilled onto the street. 

The truck was driving in Courtland Township on 14 Mile Road when the truck driver tried to pass a vehicle turning on the shoulder, the Michigan State Police said. 

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A truck hauling 80,000 pounds of corn struck and killed the driver of an SUV and resulted in corn being spilled onto the road last week. 

A truck hauling 80,000 pounds of corn struck and killed the driver of an SUV and resulted in corn being spilled onto the road last week. 
(Michigan State Police)

The truck wound up sideswiping the vehicle and lost control. It then struck an SUV in the eastbound lanes head-on, the news outlet said. A 53-year-old woman driving the SUV was killed. 

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Her passenger was taken to a hospital. Their condition was unknown. 


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