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Sisseton man injured in crash dies nearly 2 weeks later

SISSETON (AP) -- A Sisseton man injured in a three-vehicle crash in the town last month later died of his injuries. The Highway Patrol says 61-year-old Tony Gutierrez was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle that collided with a car on state Hi...

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SISSETON (AP) - A Sisseton man injured in a three-vehicle crash in the town last month later died of his injuries.

The Highway Patrol says 61-year-old Tony Gutierrez was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle that collided with a car on state Highway 10 while trying to turn into a parking lot the afternoon of Dec. 11. The SUV overturned and slid into another SUV that was leaving the parking lot.

Gutierrez was taken to a Sioux Falls hospital. Authorities say he died of his injuries on Dec. 23.

No one else was seriously hurt in the crash.

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