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Driver and passenger injured in rollover

A driver and his passenger were injured at 4:54 a.m. Sunday when the Ford truck they were in rolled on Highway 200 in Cass County, reported the Minnesota State Patrol.

A driver and his passenger were injured at 4:54 a.m. Sunday when the Ford truck they were in rolled on Highway 200 in Cass County, reported the Minnesota State Patrol.

Kenneth M. Raines, 43, Federal Dam was driving the Ford westbound on Highway 200, when he veered to the left, entered the ditch and subsequently rolled, the state patrol reported. Raines and his passenger, Nicholas E. Fisher, 18, Akeley, both were transported to hospitals for non-life-threatening injuries. Raines was transported to the Cass Lake Indian Health Services and Fisher was sent to St. Joseph's Health in Park Rapids.

Raines had a second passenger in the truck, Cruse P. Pendzimas, 15, unknown city, who had no apparent injuries.

The Cass County Sheriff's Office assisted the state patrol at the scene.

The state patrol reported the road conditions were wet.

Related Topics: MINNESOTA STATE PATROL
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