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Air base resident dies in I-29 collision

HILLSBORO, N.D. -- A 23-year-old Grand Forks Air Force Base resident died Wednesday in a head-on collision on Interstate 29. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Holly Adams was pronounced dead at the scene after she lost control of her ...

HILLSBORO, N.D. -- A 23-year-old Grand Forks Air Force Base resident died Wednesday in a head-on collision on Interstate 29.

According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Holly Adams was pronounced dead at the scene after she lost control of her Chevrolet Blazer and was broadsided by a semi.

The State Patrol said Adams was southbound on Interstate 29 when she entered the interstate median divider, traveled into the northbound lane and collided with the semi.

Both vehicles entered the east ditch.

The truck driver, Dennis Harms, 50, Steinbach, Man., was uninjured.

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The accident occurred at 8:15 p.m., two miles south of Hillsboro.

Ice ice and snow accumulation existed on the road at the time of the accident. Both drivers were wearing seat belts.

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