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One car clips another, rolls

Two people were injured Saturday after one car clipped another and rolled on icy U.S. Highway 2 near Fisher, Minn., according to the State Patrol. Justin Larson, 16, Crookston, suffered back pain, and a female passenger in the car he was driving ...

Two people were injured Saturday after one car clipped another and rolled on icy U.S. Highway 2 near Fisher, Minn., according to the State Patrol.

Justin Larson, 16, Crookston, suffered back pain, and a female passenger in the car he was driving had abdominal pain after the rollover.

Larson was driving a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix eastbound on U.S. 2 at about 60 miles per hour when the car struck a 2003 Ford Focus, which was traveling about 40 mph, driven by Jolanda Anderson, 47, Crookston.

Larson's vehicle spun around on the roadway and rolled into the ditch, landing on its roof.

Larson's vehicle was totaled in the crash. No injuries were reported.

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