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Fatal Rollover In Hawley

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It happened Saturday night at around 8:30 p.m.  Clay County Sheriff's Office, FM Ambulance, Lifeflight, Hawley HEART and Hawley Fire all responded to a one vehicle rollover on 28th Ave North in rural Hawley.  

When responders arrived on scene, they found  two males with injuries. 

The driver, 19 year-old Michael Livdahl was transported by Lifeflight to the hospital and later died from his injuries.

The passenger, 20 year-old Matt Schroeder was taken by ambulance to the hospital and is in stable condition.

The accident is still under investigation by the Clay County Sheriff's Office and the Minnesota State Patrol.

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