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Dimock woman's vehicle crashes at washout road near Parkston

PARKSTON -- A 35-year-old Dimock woman sustained serious, non-life-threatening injuries Saturday in a one-vehicle crash near Parkston. Erin Geidel was transported to a hospital in Parkston after the 2015 Chevrolet Equinox she was driving crashed ...

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South Dakota Highway Patrol. (Republic file photo)

PARKSTON - A 35-year-old Dimock woman sustained serious, non-life-threatening injuries Saturday in a one-vehicle crash near Parkston.

Erin Geidel was transported to a hospital in Parkston after the 2015 Chevrolet Equinox she was driving crashed at about 10:40 a.m., according to the South Dakota Department of Public Safety. Charges are pending against her.

Authorities say her vehicle was southbound at the intersection of 272nd Street and 413th Avenue, which is about four miles northeast of Parkston. Her vehicle was traveling south through the intersection, bypassing a posted road closed sign. The vehicle traveled another 100 yards before colliding with a washout caused by rainfall.

A juvenile male passenger was properly secured in a child restraint and was uninjured. Geidel was wearing a seat belt.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol investigated the crash.

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