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Rollover injures Little Falls woman

The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash reported at 8:29 p.m. Friday, Sept. 16, in Belle Prairie Township, northeast of Little Falls.

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LITTLE FALLS — A 46-year-old Little Falls woman was injured Friday, Sept. 16, after her vehicle rolled on 213th Street in Morrison County.

The Morrison County Sheriff’s Office responded to the crash reported at 8:29 p.m. in Belle Prairie Township, northeast of Little Falls. According to the report, a vehicle was eastbound on 213th Avenue when it went off the road and rolled.

Driver Paula Seidl suffered unknown injuries and was transported to CHI-St. Gabriel’s Hospital in Little Falls by Mayo Clinic Ambulance.

Assisting at the scene were the Minnesota State Patrol, Camp Ripley Fire Department and Mayo Clinic Ambulance.

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