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20-year-old man cited for failure to control vehicle

A 20-year-old Grand Forks man was cited for failure to control his vehicle after it overturned on 42nd Street South about 4:45 p.m. Thursday. The man, whose name was not released, was driving south on 42nd Street at about the 1200 block when he a...

A 20-year-old Grand Forks man was cited for failure to control his vehicle after it overturned on 42nd Street South about 4:45 p.m. Thursday.

The man, whose name was not released, was driving south on 42nd Street at about the 1200 block when he attempted to avoid a slower vehicle and lost control on the icy road and flipped, according to the Grand Forks Police Department.

The man was wearing a seat belt and suffered only minor injuries, police said. The accident occurred in front of the the Alerus Center.

Icy road conditions Thursday led to several accidents in the region, including a rollover in Kittson County near Donaldson, Minn. No one was hurt in the accident, a dispatcher said of the accident, which occurred on Highway 11 about two miles west of Donaldson. Other counties reported several vehicles going into the ditch because of road conditions.

In Fargo, blowing snow has left several highways icy and about a dozen crashes were reported late in the morning on Interstates 29 and 94.

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Herald staff reports

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