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Driver, Passenger Expected to Survive After Crash Near Dexter

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DEXTER, Iowa -- The driver and passenger of a car involved in a single-vehicle crash along I-80 near the Redfield-Dexter exit on Friday afternoon are both expected to survive.

Authorities were sent to the scene of the crash near Dexter at approximately 3 p.m.

According to police on the scene, the passenger of the vehicle in the crash noticed the driver having a hard time driving while on the interstate. The passenger told the driver to get off at the Redfield-Dexter exit before the crash ultimately occurred. The vehicle was found rolled over in a ditch.

Both are now expected to survive, investigators say.

The crash was believed to have been caused by the driver's medical condition, possibly a diabetic condition that caused the driver to lose control.

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