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Delmont man injured in rollover crash near Wagner

WAGNER -- A Delmont man was injured Thursday after a one-vehicle rollover crash near Wagner. Joshua Wurtz, 23, was treated for minor injuries after losing control of a 1999 Ford F-250 he was driving southbound on 401st Avenue and leaving the road...

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WAGNER - A Delmont man was injured Thursday after a one-vehicle rollover crash near Wagner.

Joshua Wurtz, 23, was treated for minor injuries after losing control of a 1999 Ford F-250 he was driving southbound on 401st Avenue and leaving the roadway, rolling the vehicle one time.

According to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, Wurtz and two passengers, 21-year-old Delmont residents Darren and Drake Glanzer, were approaching the intersection of 401st Avenue and 292nd Street on an ice-covered roadway when the vehicle entered the ditch. The crash occurred approximately five miles north of Wagner.

A friend transported Wurtz to a Parkston hospital for treatment of minor injuries, authorities said, but his passengers were not injured. There was no damage estimate available for the pickup, but the vehicle was towed from the scene.

Authorities said none of the men were wearing seat belts, and all were cited for seat belt violations. Wurtz was also cited for overdriving road conditions.

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The South Dakota Highway Patrol investigated the crash, and the Charles Mix County Sheriff's Office also responded to the scene.

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