Frazee woman and 3 children involved in Highway 10 rollover, unknown injuries

On Jan. 27 at 7:51 a.m., a 37-year-old Frazee woman and three children were traveling on Highway 10, east of Detroit Lakes, when their vehicle left the roadway and rolled over. All occupants of the vehicle escaped and the three children did not appear to be injured. At least one of the occupants was transported to a nearby medical clinic for treatment.

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At least one person was injured Thursday morning when a vehicle, driven by a Frazee woman and carrying three children, traveling on Highway 10 left the roadway and rolled in the ditch.

According to the emergency dispatch report, on Jan. 27 at 7:51 a.m., the driver, Mindy Jones, 37, of Frazee, said she "fish tailed" near mile marker 52 on Highway 10 and went into the ditch rolling. The children didn't appear injured in the crash and evacuated the vehicle safely.

At least one occupant required medical transport and suffered unknown injuries.

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