UPDATE: RCPD responds to flipped, stolen car in Rapid City

UPDATE: (7:23 p.m.) — Around 6:10 p.m., a Dodge Caravan was heading east in the 200 block of E. Madison Street. The road dead-ends at the railroad tracks and the vehicle went off the road and tried to follow a fence out of the ditch.

Sergeant Chris Hunt of the Rapid City Police Department said the vehicle tipped over on the railroad tracks, and then rolled upside down next to the railroad tracks.

The driver and an occupant were both taken to Monument Health with non-life threatening injuries. Alcohol was believed to be involved.

Sgt. Hunt also said the vehicle was stolen from Sioux Falls, and this is the second incident like this in the last couple days.

Charges are pending in the incident.


RAPID CITY, S.D. — Emergency personnel are responding to a flipped car at the intersection of Milwaukee Street and E. Madison Street at the railroad track.

For your safety, please avoid the area.

NewsCenter1 will provide updates as more information becomes available.

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