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No one injured in rollover accident

There were no injuries reported at the scene of a two-vehicle crash at 5:58 p.m. Thursday in Mitchell. According to Sgt. Terry Reyelts with the Mitchell Police Division, Craig Youngstrom, 57, of Mitchell, was traveling north on the inside lane of...

Emergency responders attend to the scene of a rollover crash around 6 p.m. near the intersection of Ohlman Street and Norway Avenue. (Kella Rodiek/Republic)
Emergency responders attend to the scene of a rollover crash around 6 p.m. near the intersection of Ohlman Street and Norway Avenue. (Kella Rodiek/Republic)

There were no injuries reported at the scene of a two-vehicle crash at 5:58 p.m. Thursday in Mitchell.

According to Sgt. Terry Reyelts with the Mitchell Police Division, Craig Youngstrom, 57, of Mitchell, was traveling north on the inside lane of Ohlman Street in a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee when his Jeep was struck by a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix.

The Pontiac, driven by Kathryn Klumb, 24, of Dimock, had been stopped at the stop sign on Norway Avenue, facing west, when Klumb attempted to turn south onto Ohlman. Her vehicle then struck the passenger side of Youngstrom's, causing him to roll. Reyelts said that there were no other occupants of the vehicles, and both drivers were wearing seat belts. Klumb was cited for failure to yield after stopping at a stop sign. No injuries were reported at the scene, but Reyelts said Klumb opted to check herself into the hospital on her own to make sure she was OK. The Mitchell Police Division, Mitchell Ambulance and Davison County Sheriff's Department responded to the wreck.

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