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Oregon Man Dead After Rollover Crash Near Ferney

August 13, 2014, 3:56 PM

Oregon Man Dead After Rollover Crash Near Ferney

An Oregon man is dead after rolling his vehicle near Ferney on Highway 37.

Steven Lawson of McMinnville, Oregon was heading northbound in a Nissan Pathfinder when he drifted over the center line and overcorrected. The Nissan began to skid and went off the road into a ditch. The vehicle rolled three times and stopped on the passenger side.

Lawson died in the crash. His passenger, Lynn Lawson, was flown to an Aberdeen hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

Both were wearing seatbelts.

No further information is available.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol is investigating.

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