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Woman Hospitalized after Highway 53 Crash near Eveleth

Updated: 06/25/2014 11:19 PM
Created: 06/25/2014 3:01 PM WDIO.com

A two-vehicle collision on U.S. Highway 53 near Eveleth slowed traffic to a standstill Wednesday afternoon, and sent one woman to the hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening. 

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, 28-year-old Kristen Campbell was traveling northbound behind a Kenworth tractor truck. When truck slowed to make a left turn onto Winding Way Drive, Campbell hit the rear of the vehicle. 

Campbell lost control of the vehicle, rolled, and landed on the roof. 

Campbell was transported to the Essentia Health clinic in Virginia via ambulance. 

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