Seven people injured in one-vehicle rollover Friday afternoon near Adrian

All of the individuals were wearing seatbelts.

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ADRIAN — The Minnesota State Patrol responded to a one-vehicle rollover Friday afternoon on Interstate 90 near mile post 30 that involved a passenger van with eight occupants.

According to the State Patrol’s media report, Kuku Adris Amoday, 55, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was driving a 2004 Ford E350 passenger van eastbound on Interstate 90 in snow and icy conditions when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled multiple times. The crash was reported at 1:52 p.m.

Amoday was not injured, however, the seven passengers — all of whom were wearing seatbelts — were transported to Sanford Worthington Medical Center with what were believed to be non-life threatening injuries.

Passengers included Lemuna Abasa, 27, of Sioux Falls; Til Bhandari, 50, of Sioux Falls; Agra Talla Dalli, 61, of Sioux Falls; Nati Hamid Gali, 44, of Charlotte, North Carolina; Karish K. Kelembi, 64, of Sioux Falls; Biya Tolli Kotudi, 62, of Sioux Falls; and Hanan Shadu, 44, of Sioux Falls.

Assisting at the scene were the Nobles County Sheriff’s Office, Adrian Fire Department, Adrian Rescue and Adrian Ambulance.

Julie Buntjer became editor of The Globe in July 2021, after working as a beat reporter at the Worthington newspaper since December 2003. She has a bachelor's degree in agriculture journalism from South Dakota State University.
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