WYKOFF, Minn. (KTTC) -- The Fillmore County Sheriff's Office said Monday a Deputy was at the home of 16-year-old Tristan Rollie before 12-year-old Ethan Rollie was hurt after being run over by his older brother on Friday.
According to the Fillmore County Sheriff's Office, 16-year-old Tristan Rollie had violated his probation and the Deputy was trying to locate him.
After taking Tristan into custody, the Deputy was made aware of the fact that 12-year-old Ethan Rollie was hurt after being run over by his older brother.
Ethan Rollie was rushed to St. Marys Hospital after 6 p.m. on Friday.
According to a friend on the scene, Ethan Rollie was run over by his 16-year-old brother, Tristan Rollie who was driving.
A passenger inside the car says they were driving down a gravel road when Ethan hoped out of the back of the vehicle as it was moving and got caught on the hitch. He was then dragged before Tristan backed up and ran over Ethan.
"He had, almost like a tire shape-it was a big bruise the size of the tire," says Katelyn McRae, who was in the car. "He might have broken ribs and his whole arm was gashed up and scrapes on his leg and gravel marks all over his stomach."
Tristan and Katelyn carried Ethan to the car and drove the boy back to the family's home. Fillmore County Sheriff's deputies responded to the scene. Shortly after, Tristan was arrested and Ethan was taken transported to the hospital by Mayo One.
According to a family member, Tristan was driving without a license and did not have permission to be driving the vehicle. Ethan's condition is unknown at this time.
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