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The man was traveling northbound on Douglas Avenue when he had a medical condition, which was possibly a seizure, said Lt. Gary Larsen, of the Caledonia Police Department.
The vehicle crossed the median and into oncoming traffic, went across the lawn in front of Fire Station 12, went into a ditch, and then went air born.
The mini-van then stopped in a parking lot in front of a building located at 6106 Douglas Ave, but did not strike any other vehicles or crash into the building.
“The man was transported to the hospital, but he didn’t have any injuries from the crash,” Larsen said.