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State troopers looking for pedestrian after rollover Hwy 51 crash Submitted: 05/03/2014

MARATHON COUNTY - Wisconsin State troopers want to find a person they think caused a rollover crash on Highway 51.

It happened just north of Brokaw Friday night.

A state trooper told us Saturday the person driving the pick-up truck swerved to miss a person who was standing in the middle of the road.

That's when the truck rolled over.

The driver suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Initial reports say the driver was ejected, but they're not completely sure.

They say it's not uncommon to hear about pedestrians on the highway.

But they couldn't find the person who might have been involved in the crash last night.

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