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Seven hurt in van rollover on I-90

ALBERT LEA — Seven people were injured when a minivan they were in rolled on Interstate 90 about five miles east of Albert Lea Saturday evening.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol, none of the injuries were believed to be life threatening but all seven went to hospitals. The driver was listed as Wanda Rud, 45, of Austin. Passengers were Sarah Christopherson, 37, of Brownsdale; Ashlee Rud, 21, of Austin; Lee Hunt, 38, address unknown; Jamie Guy, 31, address unknown; Mathew Miller, 24, of Austin; and Travis Anderson, 36, of Austin. Condition reports were not available this morning from hospitals in Albert Lea and Austin where the people were taken.

The patrol said Wanda Rud was driving when she was distracted, lost control and overcorrected, and the van rolled. One passenger was ejected, but the patrol didn't identify which one.

The accident was reported at 10:39 p.m.

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