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Records published Dec. 20, 2018

This is the records summary for Dec. 20. Three injured in one-vehicle rollover in Chippewa County MILAN -- Two passengers and the driver were injured when the vehicle in which they were riding rolled into a ditch early Wednesday morning near Mila...

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This is the records summary for Dec. 20.

Three injured in one-vehicle rollover in Chippewa County

MILAN - Two passengers and the driver were injured when the vehicle in which they were riding rolled into a ditch early Wednesday morning near Milan.

Passengers Jermy Hethon, 32, and Rimency Hethon, 24, both of Milan, suffered life-threatening injuries in the crash, according to the State Patrol. Jermy Hethon was transported to St. Cloud Hospital, while Rimency Hethon was taken to North Memorial Hospital in Robbinsdale.

The driver, Apsonom Kumo, 29, of Milan, had non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to St. Cloud Hospital. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, alcohol was involved.

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A third passenger, Teo Teriuo, 26, of Milan, was not hurt.

The incident report from the State Patrol said the 2005 Ford Expedition, driven by Kumo, was westbound on state Highway 40 near 70th Avenue Northwest. The vehicle lost control, went off the roadway and rolled into the north ditch.

Road conditions were dry at the time, according to the report.

It was unknown if any in the vehicle were wearing their seatbelts.

Assisting the State Patrol were Montevideo Ambulance and Appleton Ambulance.

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