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Man in rollover crash goes to hospital and jail Submitted: 06/07/2014
Story By Newswatch 12


PINE LAKE - A Rhinelander man ended up in the hospital and jail after a car he allegedy stole rolled over Friday night.

It happened on Highway C in the town of Pine Lake near Rhinelander. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office doesn't know what caused the car to roll over. The Sheriff's Office says the man did hit a stop sign.

The sheriff says he faces charges of hit and run and operating a vehicle without owners consent.

The owners of the car were notified about what happened Friday night.



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