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Two injured in McCook County crash

SALEM -- Icy roadways led to a one-vehicle crash Tuesday night on Interstate 90 near Salem, leaving two people with minor injuries. A 2000 Ford Explorer, driven by a 29-year-old male, was traveling west on I-90 at 9:24 p.m., approximately four mi...

Two people suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle rollover Tuesday night near Salem. (Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Highway Patrol)
Two people suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle rollover Tuesday night near Salem. (Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Highway Patrol Facebook page)

SALEM - Icy roadways led to a one-vehicle crash Tuesday night on Interstate 90 near Salem, leaving two people with minor injuries.

A 2000 Ford Explorer, driven by a 29-year-old male, was traveling west on I-90 at 9:24 p.m., approximately four miles east of Salem, when it crossed an ice-covered bridge and the driver lost control. The vehicle entered the north ditch and rolled twice near mile marker 366 on I-90, South Dakota Department of Public Safety Public Information Officer Tony Mangan.

The driver and a 23-year-old female passenger were both wearing seat belts and suffered minor injuries. Both refused medical treatment at the scene of the crash.

The McCook County Sheriff's Office also responded.

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