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Police investigating flipped car in Museum District

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) -

Police are investigating what caused a car to overturn in a Richmond neighborhood late Sunday night. 

The overturned car was at the intersection of Shepard and Ellwood around 11 p.m.  

The car barely missed several homes in the neighborhood.

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