Semi driver to be charged following Hanson County crash

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FARMER — Charges are pending following a one-vehicle rollover Monday in Hanson County.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol responded to a crash at about 1:25 p.m. three miles northeast of Farmer. A 2014 Freight-liner semi-truck and trailer was southbound on Highway 25 when the driver lost control of the vehicle. The trailer eventually rolled onto its side, slid across the road and came to rest in the west ditch.

The driver, Jerran Neve, 35, of Sioux Falls, suffered minor injuries and was transported to Mitchell's hospital. He was wearing a seat belt and was the lone occupant of the vehicle.

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