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Man dies in Itasca County crash

A 33-year-old Bigfork man died from his injuries after a single-vehicle rollover crash Saturday night, authorities said. Cody Wayne Goble was ejected from the 2004 Chevy Colorado he was driving when it crashed into a ditch along Rajala Mill Road ...

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A 33-year-old Bigfork man died from his injuries after a single-vehicle rollover crash Saturday night, authorities said.

Cody Wayne Goble was ejected from the 2004 Chevy Colorado he was driving when it crashed into a ditch along Rajala Mill Road near Main Street in Bigfork Township, the Minnesota State Patrol said. Goble was transported by ambulance to Bigfork Valley Hospital, but did not survive.

The crash happened around 8:49 p.m. The road was wet at the time and Goble was not wearing a seat belt, the patrol said.

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