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Three Vehicle Injury Crash in Downtown Watford City

 


The Watford City Police Department responded to a three vehicle injury crash at the intersection of Main Street and Park Ave in downtown Watford City at 3:57 p.m. Wednesday, April 29. Upon arrival it was determined that Dawn Loomer, 55, Watford City, had suffered a medical emergency while driving southbound on Main Street, crossed the center line and crashed her 2005 Mercury Mountaineer into Donald Conradi, 59, Watford City, who was driving a 2017 Ram 1500. Inside the Ram 1500 was Conradi’s wife, Maria Conradi, who was transported by ambulance to the McKenzie County Hospital with minor injuries. Loomer’s vehicle then continued on and struck a 2017 GMC Sierra driven by Nicholas Brewton, 37, Watford City, and came to a stop. Brewton was transported by ambulance to the McKenzie County Hospital with minor injuries.

Loomer suffered severe injuries during the crash and was transported to the McKenzie County Hospital. Loomer is currently listed in severe but stable condition in a Bismarck Hospital.

The crash is currently being investigated by the Watford City Police Department with the assistance of the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.

The Watford City Police Department would like to say thank you to the many witnesses and by-standers who rushed to the scene of the crash to render aid while waiting for first responders. “The quick action of those who came to the aid of the injured definitely made a difference. Without their quick thinking and response this could have been a lot worse.” said WCPD Sgt. Jeffrey Jensen.

 

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