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Rollover crash on Dakota near Bishop Grandin sends 6 to hospital

The crash sent six people to hospital. Avril French-Varga/Submitted

A crash that resulted in a rollover for one driver closed Dakota Street near Bishop Grandin Boulevard Friday.

Winnipeg police said the crash happened at 1 p.m. and has sent six people to hospital, five in stable condition and one in unstable condition.

The person in unstable condition was upgraded to stable later Friday afternoon, said police.

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While police said two vehicles were involved in the crash, Global News reporters at the scene said three vehicles were damaged.

“The public can expect that there will be a closure in this area for some time,” said Cst. Jay Murray.

Traffic in the area was rerouted until just before 4 p.m.

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A vehicle rests on its roof on Dakota Street in St. Vital Friday, Aug. 3, 2018. Nicole Williamson/Submitted. Nicole Williamson/Submitted

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