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Grand Forks police respond to rollover crash Sunday afternoon

Two people were in the pickup and checked for injuries.

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GRAND FORKS — Police responded to a rollover crash in north Grand Forks on Sunday afternoon, May 1.

Grand Forks officers responded to the crash in the 800-900 block of North Washington Street just before 4:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Police said a small pickup truck was located on its roof at the location.

According to a police news release, a “bystander witness told officers two vehicles were racing northbound” on Washington Street. The pickup “lost control striking a light pole and flipping on to the roof,” police said.

Two people were in the pickup and checked for injuries.

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The incident is being investigated by officers from GFPD and the Crash Reconstruction team.

Grand Forks Fire Dept, Altru and North Dakota Highway Patrol assisted on the call.

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