Friday News Update - 10-12
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OVERNIGHT ROLLOVER CRASH IN FARGO SENDS TWO TO THE HOSPITAL
Two people are hurt after a rollover crash in Fargo.
WDAY got exclusive video from the scene just after 11:00 last night. Fargo Police say that a car was going east on Main Avenue when it hit a light pole. The car then hit a sign at the H&M gas station and rolled into the Knight Printing parking lot. The jaws of life were used to get the driver and passenger out of the car. An ambulance took them to the hospital. We are working to find out how serious their injuries are. No arrests have been made.
SAVANNA GREYWIND'S FAMILY SPEAKS OUT ABOUT HOEHN VERDICT
It's been two weeks since a jury found Wiliam Hoehn "not guilty" of conspiring to murder their daughter, but he plead guilty to two other charges in the case.
For the first time since that verdict, Savanna's family came forward. Last night, the Greywind family joined more than 50 community members in the March for Justice through downtown Fargo. They were raising awareness for finding missing and murdered indigenous people. Another focus was demanding justice for those lives. That's something the Greywinds tell us, they didn't get.
"BIG ONE" ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR THIS WEEKEND
More than 200 hundred vendors are setting up in the Fargodome ahead of a local arts and crafts show.
This will be the 30th annual "Big One" Arts and Crafts Fair. Vendors were prepping their booth ahead of the two days they'll show off their work. You can get everything from home decor, bags, and stained glass there. More than 9,000 people are expected to stop by.