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Rollover Sends Girl To Hospital

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A rollover accident near Interstate 90 Friday evening sent a girl to a local hospital.

A Montana Highway Patrol trooper on scene said the accident happened around 7:20 PM, on Interstate 90 near the Zoo Drive exit.

The MHP trooper on scene said a 1989 Honda Civic was traveling westbound on South Frontage road when the vehicle lost control for reasons unknown, rolled over, and came to rest upside down on the eastbound I-90 shoulder.

Ambulance took the driver, a 17-year-old female driver from Joliet, to St. Vincent Healthcare. Her condition remains unknown Friday evening.

While the investigation is ongoing, MHP said the driver was not restrained at the time of the crash.

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