MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) -- Ryan Anderson has won the U.P. 200 sled dog race in Michigan's Upper Peninsula for the fourth consecutive time.
Anderson and his dogs from Ray, Minnesota crossed the finish line Sunday, followed by Keith Aili, Ryan Redington and Troy Groeneveld. The results are posted online by the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association.
The 240-mile race started Friday in Marquette.
Earlier Sunday, one dog was killed and two were injured in Alger County when they were struck by a pickup truck on M-28. State police say the pickup driver was slowing down and had the right of way.
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