A 3-month-old baby girl who was thrown from a van during a rollover crash on Interstate 29 in southeast South Dakota has been released from a hospital in Sioux City, Iowa.
The infant was secured in a baby seat but the entire seat with Adrianna still in it was ejected from the van when it went out of control on ice and crashed about 3 miles north of Vermillion Wednesday afternoon.
The girl's grandmother, Judy Voagen of Centerville, S.D., was driving the van. She also has been released from the hospital.
The baby's mother, Trista Voagen, who was not injured, said the baby seat was installed properly.
The Highway Patrol said it plans no further investigation.
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