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Florida man sustains serious injuries in Fort Thompson rollover

FORT THOMPSON -- An Orlando, Florida, man sustained serious injuries in a one-vehicle rollover Thursday night. Kyle Walsh, 26, was traveling about four miles east of Fort Thompson on Highway 34 when his vehicle veered off the roadway, went into a...

FORT THOMPSON - An Orlando, Florida, man sustained serious injuries in a one-vehicle rollover Thursday night.

Kyle Walsh, 26, was traveling about four miles east of Fort Thompson on Highway 34 when his vehicle veered off the roadway, went into a ditch and hit a metal highway sign. After hitting the metal sign, Walsh's 2006 Toyota Tundra rolled several times.

Walsh, who sustained serious, non-life-threatening injuries, was ejected from his vehicle. He was not wearing a seat belt.

According to Tony Mangan, public information officer with the Department of Public Safety, Walsh was transported to a hospital in Chamberlain. Charges are now pending against Walsh.

South Dakota Highway Patrol, the Buffalo County Sheriff's Office and the Fort Thompson Bureau of Indian Affairs responded to the crash that occurred at approximately 11:55 p.m.

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