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Sisseton residents identified as victims in Sept. 10 fatal crash that left 3 dead

The driver has not yet been determined. Seatbelt use is under investigation.

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SISSETON, S.D. – Three Sisseton residents have been identified as the individuals who died in a one-vehicle crash late Saturday, Sept. 10 just southwest of Sisseton.

Authorities responded to a call of a one-vehicle crash on Roberts County Road 28 around 11:10 p.m.

The South Dakota Department of Public Safety said a preliminary investigation indicates that a 2012 Chevrolet Impala was southbound on Roberts County Road 28 when it left the roadway and entered the west ditch. The vehicle struck an approach, went airborne, rolled and started on fire.

The occupants pronounced dead at the scene were identified as Serena Brant, 30; Stacy Brant, Sr., 59; and Anthony Janisch, 33.

The other occupant, 29-year-old Wicanhpiduta Brant of Sioux Falls, sustained serious but non-life threatening injuries. He was transported by ambulance to the Sisseton hospital and later was transferred to a Fargo, N.D., hospital.

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The driver has not yet been determined. Seatbelt use is under investigation.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol continues to investigate the crash. All information released so far is only preliminary.

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