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Dickinson woman injured in intersection crash

An 81-year-old Dickinson woman was injured after the vehicle she was driving was hit and rolled onto its top while crossing Third Avenue West on Monday afternoon, Dickinson police said.

An 81-year-old Dickinson woman was injured after the vehicle she was driving was hit and rolled onto its top while crossing Third Avenue West on Monday afternoon, Dickinson police said.

The woman was driving east on First Street West in an SUV when she was broadsided by a sedan that was northbound on Third Avenue West. The woman was cited for disregarding a stop sign.

Dickinson Assistant Fire Chief Deb Barros said a stabilizer was used to help remove the woman from the vehicle. Twenty-three firefighters using three apparatuses responded to the crash.

Police said the woman did not appear to be seriously injured, but she was taken to CHI St. Alexius Health by the Dickinson Ambulance Service after she was extracted from the vehicle.

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