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Man receives minor injuries when vehicle hits bridge crossing on I-90

A 27-year-old man was transported to a Mitchell hospital Friday after his vehicle hit a bridge crossing on the interstate and rolled down a hill. Authorities are not releasing the man's name due to Marsy's Law. The crash occurred at 3 p.m. at mil...

The Hanson County Sheriff's Department and Mitchell Fire and Rescue respond to a rollover accident under Interstate 90 at the Riverside Road exit on Friday afternoon in Hanson County. The Davison County Sheriff's Department, South Dakota Highway Patrol and Alexandra Fire and Rescue also assisted on scene. (Matt Gade / Republic)
The Hanson County Sheriff's Department and Mitchell Fire and Rescue respond to a rollover accident under Interstate 90 at the Riverside Road exit on Friday afternoon in Hanson County. The Davison County Sheriff's Department, South Dakota Highway Patrol and Alexandra Fire and Rescue also assisted on scene. (Matt Gade / Republic)

A 27-year-old man was transported to a Mitchell hospital Friday after his vehicle hit a bridge crossing on the interstate and rolled down a hill.

Authorities are not releasing the man's name due to Marsy's Law. The crash occurred at 3 p.m. at mile marker 335, which is Riverside Road, three miles east of Mitchell.

The man was wearing a seat belt and was the lone occupant of the vehicle, a 2012 Chevrolet Traverse. The South Dakota Department of Public Safety said the vehicle was westbound on I-90 and said there was minor damage to the bridge.

The Hanson County Sheriff's Department and Mitchell Fire and Rescue responded to the crash. The Davison County Sheriff's Department, South Dakota Highway Patrol and Alexandra Fire and Rescue also assisted on scene.

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