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NORTH DAKOTA HIGHWAY PATROL

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A driver of a Jeep and a driver of a Ford Explorer both suffered serious injuries in the crash with the school bus, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
Ryan Jamieson, a 46-year-old man from West Fargo, had been working for the DOT on a cable median barrier on I-94 near Casselton prior to the crash.
Wyatt Staloch pleaded guilty to three charges of duty in accident involving death or injury.
The crash happened on Tuesday, Nov. 15 near Carpio, North Dakota.
The support pillars on the driver’s side of the semi were scraped down in the crash and the trailer got caught on the supports.
Seven juveniles that were riding the bus were uninjured, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

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The four teamed up to save the 24-year-old man who suffered a medical emergency and collapsed on an interstate exit ramp.
Parents of the cyclist who was killed are seeking $150,000 or more in damages, according to court documents filed Monday, Nov. 7.
A 2000 GMC Sierra pickup was traveling eastbound on I-94 when it crossed the median and struck the rear wheels of a semi in the westbound lanes near mile marker 145, according to a report from the

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