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Grand, Rehberg Accident Sends Two to Hospital

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According to the Billings Police Department, alcohol is believed to be a factor in wreck at the intersection of Grand Ave. and Rehberg Ln.

A little after 6 O'clock on Sunday evening, a Silver Dodge Pickup attempted to turn onto Rehberg lane.

However, the driver of the  pickup did not yield to an oncoming Gray Honda Accord.

That accord crashed into the passenger side front door, flipping the dodge pick up on its side.

After flipping, the truck landed in front of a White Honda Accord, causing minimal damage.

The driver of the dodge pickup and a young girl in the Gray Honda were both taken to a local hospital.

Charges are pending upon lab results from the Montana State Lab.

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