Williston Injury Crash

On June 21 at approximately 9:22 p.m. there was a vehicle crash on the intersection of Hwy 2 and 34th St W (Hwy 2 near mile marker 21) in the city of Williston.

A 2020 GMC Sierra was traveling northbound on Highway 2 near mile marker 21. A 2006 Dodge Durango was traveling east along 34th St. W. The Dodge entered the intersection of Highway 2 and 34th St. W, traveling east across Highway 2. The Dodge failed to yield the right of way to the GMC. The Dodge struck the GMC on the driver side causing the GMC to roll. The GMC came to rest in the east ditch on its wheels. The Durango came to rest in the intersection of the northbound lanes of Hwy 2 and 34th St. W.

The driver of the GMC was ejected from the vehicle and was transported by ambulance to CHI St. Alexius, Williston. He was a 43 year old male, Rapid City, SD, and had serious injuries. The driver and the passenger of the Dodge were also transported by Ambulance to CHI St. Alexius. The driver of the Dodge a 20 year old male had nonlife threatening Injuries and the passenger a 19 year old female had minor injuries. The driver of the GMC was not wearing his seatbelt while the driver and passenger of the Dodge were both wearing their seatbelts.

At the time of the crash the road conditions were good and the weather conditions was partly sunny.

The crash remains under investigation by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.


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