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Driver strikes cyclist and continues six kilometers with body on windshield

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Driver strikes cyclist and continues six kilometers with body on windshield

by Reuters Videos 0:24 mins

An allegedly drunk driver in Brazil hits and kills cyclist and drives six kilometers with the body stuck to his windshield before he is forced to stop. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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