Ely Man Seriously Injured in Hwy 1 Rollover

Updated: 06/13/2014 9:32 PM
Created: 06/13/2014 9:31 PM

An Ely man is in serious condition after rolling his car on Highway 1 just after 10 a.m. Friday morning. 

The Minnesota State Patrol says 46-year-old Jeremy Swanson was travelling southbound about 14 miles south of Ely when his vehicle left the road, hit several trees, rolled, and caught on fire. 

Swanson was airlifted to St. Mary's in Duluth with serious injuries, according to the State Patrol. 

St. Mary's officials said Friday night that although he is in serious condition, he is stable.

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