UPDATE: Victim, injured in I-94 rollover Sunday identified
RICHARDTON, N.D. — A Bismarck man is dead and a passenger in the pickup he was driving was injured in a rollover on Interstate 94 early Sunday morning, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported Sunday, Dec. 30.
Thomas Disselhorst, 71, was driving eastbound on I-94 near mile marker 89 about 1:15 a.m. when he lost control of the Ford Ranger he was driving and entered the median, according to the report.
The pickup rolled multiple times across the westbound lanes and came to a stop in the ditch on the north side of I-94.
Disselhorst died at the scene due to the injuries he suffered in the crash, the report said.
The passenger, 46-year-old Kimberly Green of Anchorage, Alaska, was taken by ambulance to CHI St. Alexius Health medical center in Dickinson for treatment. The nature of her injuries was not listed in the report.
Disselhorst had been seat-belted but Green was not, the report said.
Other agencies responding to the crash were the Stark County Sheriff’s Office, Richardton Ambulance and Richardton Rural Fire and Rescue, the report said.