BISMARCK — The identities of four motorists injured in a three-vehicle crash on Grant Marsh Bridge between Bismarck and Mandan were released by the North Dakota Highway Patrol on Monday, July 27.
Robert Evans, 22, of Newport, Washington, suffered minor injuries; Aerricah Harris, 20, of Mandan suffered non-life threatening injuries; and Zackary Unger, 22, and Clayton Fischer, 18, both of Mandan, sustained minor injuries, the patrol said.
Evans and Harris were wearing seat belts, while Unger and Fischer were not, according to the patrol.
Fischer was driving east in a 1979 Dodge pickup truck on Interstate 94. The truck stalled and came to a stop on the eastbound bridge deck, the patrol said.
A 2018 Chevrolet Impala, driven by Harris with Unger in a passenger seat, driving behind the truck slowed down to change lanes, but a 2009 Ford F-150, driven by Evans, rear-ended the Impala, which then rear-ended the Dodge, the patrol said.
Medics took all four motorists by ambulance to Sanford hospital.