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Rollover near casino injures SD woman

An 87-year-old South Dakota woman suffered minor injuries Sunday when her car rolled over near the Dakota Magic Casino near Hankinson, N.D., authorities said.

An 87-year-old South Dakota woman suffered minor injuries Sunday when her car rolled over near the Dakota Magic Casino near Hankinson, N.D., authorities said.

Donna Erickson of Rosholt, S.D., was driving her Buick LeSabre at about 2 p.m. on Richland County Road 1E about a half-mile east of the casino when her car rolled, causing about $7,500 in damage, according to a news release from the Richland County Sheriff's Department.

Casino security officers were able to get Erickson, the lone occupant, out of the vehicle. She was transported to Wheaton (Minn.) Community Hospital with minor injuries, according to the release.

Investigators believe the accident was the result of slick road conditions caused by snowfall earlier Sunday.

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