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I-90 Accident

I-90 Accident

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Jackson, MN (KICD) — A South Dakota man was injured after the semi he was driving jackknifed.
  The Minnesota State Patrol said around 7:46 Friday morning, 63-year old Melvin Jensen, of Sioux Falls was westbound about 8 miles west of Jackson on Interstate 90, in a 2014 Kenworth,  when he lost control, then over corrected, causing the semi to enter the north ditch and jack knife.
  Jensen received non-life threatening injuries and was taken to Worthington Hospital by ambulance.  The Kenworth received moderate damage.  The Jackson County Sheriffs Office assisted at the scene.

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