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Amery man now in fair condition after being in a rollover

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The Amery man who was part of the rollover accident Sunday morning in which the other occupant in the vehicle died has seen his condition improve.

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Adam J. Jain, 26, is now listed in fair condition according to a Regions Hospital spokesperson Thursday morning.

Jain and Tara J. Lynch, 28, 1485 Wildcat Court, River Falls, were traveling westbound on State Highway 29, about four miles east of River Falls, when the vehicle, a 2006 Mitsubishi Endeavor, rolled several times through a hayfield before coming to rest in a yard at W7964 STH 29.

Jain was transported to Regions with what medical personnel on scene described as head and possible back injuries. He was originally listed in critical condition Monday. Lynch was pronounced dead at the scene by Medical Examiner Susan Dzubay.

Pierce County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Neil Gulbranson said Thursday afternoon that authorities haven't fully determined yet who was driving the vehicle when the accident occurred.

In other accident updates, in which all the patients were treated at Regions:

• Joseph Hayes was released. The 24-year-old Ellsworth native was traveling on 745th St. in the town of Trimbelle on July 4 when his vehicle got onto the shoulder of the roadway. He overcorrected, causing the vehicle to roll twice, coming to rest on its wheels, facing east. He was ejected and found lying on the middle of the roadway near the vehicle.

• John Weaver was released. The 55-year-old Stillwater, Minn., resident was riding his motorcycle July 10 on County Highway QQ when he failed to negotiate a curve in the road. He ended up losing control of the motorcycle and was ejected.

• Kyle Kaczorowski has seen his condition improve from critical to fair. The 25-year-old Clintonville native was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Nathan Lawson July 14 on County Highway E when Lawson lost control, negotiating a curve. Lawson entered the ditch and estimated rolling the vehicle five to six times before coming to rest.

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Jason Schulte
Jason Schulte has been with the Herald since 2006. He covers County government and anything else that happens in Pierce County on a daily basis.
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