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                                Debris surrounds the wreckage of a Subaru at the gate of Al Borlin Park in Monroe.

Monroe Police Department Debris surrounds the wreckage of a Subaru at the gate of Al Borlin Park in Monroe.

Police: They lived in their car; he crashed it to injure her

The woman survived. She told police the man, 30, beat her often, including just before the crash.

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