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Mississipi man injured after overturning semi hauling crude oil

KILLDEER -- A Mississippi man was injured after overturning the semi truck he was hauling crude oil with Sunday about 14 miles north of Killdeer. Dailan Lewis, 41, of Jackson, Miss., was southbound on Highway 22 in a 2014 Kenworth hauling a tanke...

KILLDEER - A Mississippi man was injured after overturning the semi truck he was hauling crude oil with Sunday about 14 miles north of Killdeer.
Dailan Lewis, 41, of Jackson, Miss., was southbound on Highway 22 in a 2014 Kenworth hauling a tanker trailer when he failed to negotiate a curve and overturned on the road. He was partially ejected from the truck and was transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Dickinson via medical helicopter. He was later transported to Bismarck for treatment of his injuries.

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