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Dickinson man rolls car

DICKINSON - The Dickinson Police Department reported Thursday a 27-year-old Dickinson man rolled his car earlier that morning. Lt. Dave Wallace said David Galster was driving his vehicle on Sixth Avenue Southeast. He lost control of his vehicle a...

DICKINSON - The Dickinson Police Department reported Thursday a 27-year-old Dickinson man rolled his car earlier that morning.

Lt. Dave Wallace said David Galster was driving his vehicle on Sixth Avenue Southeast. He lost control of his vehicle around 3 a.m., causing it to rollover.

Dickinson's Amber Weflen was a passenger in the vehicle. She was taken by the Dickinson Ambulance to St. Joseph's Hospital and Health Center where she was treated for injuries sustained in the rollover and was released.

Wallace said Galster was arrested for driving under the influence.

No further information was released as the incident is still under investigation.

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