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Three injured in two-vehicle crash on I-94 near Jamestown

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — A two-vehicle crash on a Interstate 94 near here Tuesday, Jan. 2, resulted in injuries.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports that around 5 p.m., an eastbound Ford F-150 driven by 69-year-old James Mulfinger, of Bismarck, slid out of control on the icy, snow-covered interstate.

Mulfinger crossed the media and continued onto westbound lanes until he collided with a Honda Civic driven by 42-year-old Jason Siebert, who had a 16-year-old passenger, Faith Siebert.

The Civic occupants, both of Mandan, suffered minor injuries, the patrol reports, while Mulfinger's injuries were serious, but not life threatening.

Traffic on I-94 was delayed due to the crash for nearly an hour before the scene was cleared.

The crash remains under investigation.

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