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Three injured in crashes at same North Dakota location

LARIMORE, N.D. - Three people were injured after two separate crashes occurred at the same intersection north of here today, just one hour apart. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol: Both crashes occurred at the intersection of Highway 2...

LARIMORE, N.D. - Three people were injured after two separate crashes occurred at the same intersection north of here today, just one hour apart.

According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol:

Both crashes occurred at the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 18. The first occurred at 4:25 p.m. and the second at 5:25 p.m.

In the first accident, Dannille Doak, 27, of West Fargo, stopped her 2010 Chevrolet Equinox in the median off Highway 2 at the Highway 18 intersection and attempted to turn onto Highway 2. The vehicle was hit by a 1995 Chevy Suburban driven by Sheila Swartz of Lankin.

Neither driver was injured. Swartz's two passengers, Justin Swartz, 18, and Janice Cantu, 67, all from Lankin, were injured and taken to the hospital by ambulance.

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Both vehicles were totaled.

Doak was cited for failing to yield while Sheila Swartz was cited for having no insurance.

An hour later, Nicholas Tretter, 19, was taken to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks with minor injuries after he pulled out in front of a Mack truck and trailer.

The truck was driven by Angela Styles, 23, Grand Forks, who was not hurt in the crash.

Tretter had been heading west on Highway 2 and attempted to turn southbound onto Highway 18.

Tretter was cited for failing to yield.

All parties in both crashes were reportedly wearing seatbelts.

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