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Car crashes into Dunklin Co. home

DUNKLIN COUNTY, MO (KAIT)-   A car crashed into a home in Dunklin County Saturday afternoon.

The crash happened at the intersections of County Roads 239 and 214. Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating.
     
There is no word of any injuries, but there was significant damage to the home.

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