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Winner man injured in I-90 rollover

ALEXANDRIA--A Winner man received minor injuries Thursday after the truck he was driving rolled into a ditch on Interstate 90 near Alexandria. Deon Lombard, 21, was driving eastbound on I-90 when a gust of wind elevated the trailer being hauled b...

Emergency responders attend to an injured person as a truck sits in a ditch after a rollover accident on Interstate 90 on Thursday near Alexandria. (Evan Hendershot/Republic)
Emergency responders attend to an injured person as a truck sits in a ditch after a rollover accident on Interstate 90 on Thursday near Alexandria. (Evan Hendershot/Republic)

ALEXANDRIA-A Winner man received minor injuries Thursday after the truck he was driving rolled into a ditch on Interstate 90 near Alexandria.

Deon Lombard, 21, was driving eastbound on I-90 when a gust of wind elevated the trailer being hauled by the truck caused the 2011 Ford F-150 Pickup to lose control and tumbled into the adjacent ravine.

According to Tony Mangan, public information officer with the Department of Public Safety, Hanson County Sheriff's Office, Mitchell Fire and Rescue and South Dakota Highway Patrol responded to the scene, with Mitchell Fire and Rescue transporting Lombard to Avera Queen of Peace in Mitchell.

Lombard was driving a vehicle owned by Leroy Baker of Edgerton, Minn.

Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

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A truck sits in a ditch after a rollover accident on Interstate 90 on Thursday near Alexandria. (Evan Hendershot/Republic)
A truck sits in a ditch after a rollover accident on Interstate 90 on Thursday near Alexandria. (Evan Hendershot/Republic)

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