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TWO PEOPLE WERE INJURED WHEN A CEMENT TRUCK ROLLED OVER ON A COUNTY ROAD WEST OF MERRILL AROUND 8:45 MONDAY MORNING.

THE PLYMOUTH COUNTY SHERIFF SAYS THE LOADED TRUCK WAS TURNING FROM C-44 ON TO IRIS AVENUE WHEN THE WET CEMENT LOAD SHIFTED, CAUSING THE TRUCK TO ROLL OVER.

THE DRIVER AND A PASSENGER WERE PINNED INSIDE AND HAD TO BE CUT OUT OF THE CAB OF THE TRUCK OWNED BY G-C-C OF SGT. BLUFF.

THE DRIVER, 50 YEAR OLD LESLIE SERVISS; AND HIS PASSENGER, 38 YEAR OLD CRAIG SCHEER, BOTH OF SIOUX CITY, WERE TAKEN TO MERCY MEDICAL CENTER WITH WHAT AUTHORITIES CALLED NON -LIFE THREATENING INJURIES.

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