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Two men hospitalized after north Moorhead rollover

MOORHEAD - A one-vehicle rollover in north Moorhead injured two people late Wednesday, March 30.According to a report released by the Moorhead Police Department:The incident happened just before midnight Wednesday near the intersection of Fourth ...

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MOORHEAD - A one-vehicle rollover in north Moorhead injured two people late Wednesday, March 30.
According to a report released by the Moorhead Police Department:
The incident happened just before midnight Wednesday near the intersection of Fourth Avenue and 20th Street North.
The vehicle was driving east on Fourth Avenue when it drove off the roadway near 20th Street where the road comes to a dead end. After driving off the dead-end road the vehicle crossed a yard and hit an embankment to railroad tracks near 21st Street North, causing it to roll.
One person in the vehicle was able to get out with the help of a nearby resident while a second needed to be extricated with help from the Moorhead Fire Department.
Both were taken to Sanford Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
The driver of the vehicle was identified by police as Douglas E. Guy, 32, of Fort Totten, N.D.
The passenger was identified as Cory A. McKay, 37, of Devils Lake, N.D.
Moorhead police said speed and alcohol may have been contributing factors in the crash and reports will be sent to the Clay County Attorney’s Office for consideration of charges.

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