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DULUTH POLICE DEPARTMENT

According to police, Brandon Taylor Cole-Skogstad shot four family members, a dog, and then himself.
Duluth police arrived on the scene Wednesday afternoon after obtaining information that an individual had access to weapons.
Officers found a 19-year-old woman unresponsive with injuries who was later pronounced dead at the scene.
The crash was due to a "mechanical failure" and the victim was not ejected, as the police had previously reported.

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