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Royalton man suffers life-threatening injuries in rollover

A Royalton man was injured when his car rolled over several times west of Royalton in Morrison County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

An ambulance is seen in the distance behind a square stating crash.
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ROYALTON — A one-car rollover west of Royalton in Morrison County Saturday, July 23, left a 52-year-old Royalton man with life-threatening injuries.

Alan David Schumer was eastbound on Highway 10 near 68th Street in Bellevue Township about 5:43 p.m. when his 1998 Buick LeSabre went into a ditch, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.

According to the crash report, Schumer then made contact with the west shoulder, turned sharply and traveled across both lanes before entering the median for the second time and the car rolled multiple times before coming to a rest on its roof in the middle of eastbound Highway 10.

Schumer was wearing a seat belt and taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul.

Mayo Ambulance, the Royalton Fire Department and the Morrison County Sheriff's Office assisted at the crash site.

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