South Dakota inmates escape from coronavirus-stricken jail
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Nine women escaped from a South Dakota jail where a fellow inmate tested positive for coronavirus, authorities said.
The inmates broke out of the minimum-security Pierre Community Work Center late Monday by walking out an exterior door, the South Dakota Department of Corrections said Tuesday.

Three of the women — identified as Kelsey Flute, 30, Jordan Wakeman, 27, and Pamela Miller, 28 — were apprehended Tuesday after a search that included aircraft operated by the South Dakota Highway Patrol, corrections officials said.

The women left the jail on the same day the South Dakota Department of Health…
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