Jeep Cherokee Rollover
There was a one-vehicle rollover accident near the Riverside exit off of Interstate 90 Friday evening that sent three people to the hospital. A 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee was traveling west on Interstate 90 when the driver swerved to avoid a slower vehicle traveling in front of it. The driver then lost control, according to information released by South Dakota Highway Patrol Sergeant Jeff Lanning.
The vehicle began to slide sideways into the westbound lanes and entered the median where it rolled over. Two passengers were ejected from the vehicle, including one 5-month-old infant. The driver remained in the jeep. They were all transported to Avera Queen of Peace Hospital, Mitchell, and the two passengers were flown to a Sioux Falls hospital in critical condition. No seatbelts were used in the vehicle. [July 18, 2008]
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