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Tennessee driver still hospitalized

A Tennessee woman injured in a highway accident Saturday on Interstate 29 in Fargo remained hospitalized Sunday. Laura Jaffe, 56, of Eads, Tenn., was driving northbound on Interstate 29 when she left the roadway and struck the overhead sign to 19...

A Tennessee woman injured in a highway accident Saturday on Interstate 29 in Fargo remained hospitalized Sunday.

Laura Jaffe, 56, of Eads, Tenn., was driving northbound on Interstate 29 when she left the roadway and struck the overhead sign to 19th Avenue North with the front end of her car.

Eads, who was the only occupant of the car, was removed from the wreckage with help from Fargo firefighters and taken by ambulance to MeritCare Hospital in Fargo.

No condition report was available at the request of Jaffe's family, a nursing supervisor said.

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