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Male juvenile hospitalized after four-wheeler rollover

TRIPP-- A male juvenile driving a four-wheeler lost control after hitting a clump of dirt and rolled Monday morning near Tripp. The juvenile was transported to Avera St. Benedict Hospital in Parkston, according to Jim Zeeb, Hutchinson County sheriff.

TRIPP- A male juvenile driving a four-wheeler lost control after hitting a clump of dirt and rolled Monday morning near Tripp.

The juvenile was transported to Avera St. Benedict Hospital in Parkston, according to Jim Zeeb, Hutchinson County sheriff.

The person's name was not provided because he is a juvenile.

The juvenile was driving northbound on 410th Avenue, which is a gravel road, when he hit a clump of dirt, Zeeb said.

Zeeb said the four-wheeler rolled and the handlebars were flattened, and he did not know the current condition of the juvenile as of Tuesday.

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