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Car Crash Victim Impaled During Wreck

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A rollover crash early Sunday morning left a passenger impaled by a piece of metal from a fence post.

It happened at 12:30 this morning on 15th and Freya. The fire department tells us the driver was speeding and lost control, rolling the car onto its side. Four people were inside that vehicle. The other three only had minor injuries. However, the car was so badly crushed rescuers had to use the jaws of life to cut the top off and free two of the people inside. Everyone was taken to Sacred Heart.There is no word tonight on the condition of the person who was impaled, or where on the body it happened.



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