One dead after fatal rollover crash near Hermosa Saturday

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HERMOSA, S.D. -

 A 47-year-old woman is dead after a one-vehicle rollover near Hermosa Saturday.

Two other occupants received life-threatening injuries, and their names are not being released pending notification of kin.

The driver of a 2006 Chevrolet Uplander traveling westbound on Highway 40 lost control of the vehicle and went across both lanes of the roadway into the south ditch and rolled.

A 34-year-old man, the woman and a small puppy were ejected from the vehicle. The 44-year-old driver was not ejected. All three were transported to Rapid City Regional Hospital, and the puppy was taken to Rapid City Veterinarian.

The woman died from her injuries at the hospital Sunday morning.

The crash remains under investigation, including seat belt use. The driver is facing possible charges.

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