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Pickup rollover near Casselton injures 2

CASSELTON, N.D. - Two men were hurt in a pickup rollover on an icy stretch of Interstate 94 east of here Wednesday night.

CASSELTON, N.D. – Two men were hurt in a pickup rollover on an icy stretch of Interstate 94 east of here Wednesday night.

Just before 8 p.m., Shane Hardisty, 32, of Casselton was driving a Ford F150 east on I-94 about three miles east of Casselton when he lost control of the pickup, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

The pickup entered the median and rolled before coming to a stop on its wheels.

Hardisty and his passenger, Nathan Duval, 28, of Kindred had non-life-threatening injuries and were being treated at a Fargo hospital, the patrol said.

Hardisty was charged with care required in the crash. Both men were wearing seat belts.

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The patrol lists the pickup as being totaled.

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