The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a pedestrian who was struck and killed Saturday night on Interstate 94 near Jamestown. The patrol said Bradley Myhre, 39, of Jamestown, was killed in the accident, which happened just after 10 p.m.
But placement of barriers, which cost up to $150,000 per mile to install, is based on traffic volume, the number of crashes and average speeds, said Bernie Arseneau, deputy commissioner and chief engineer for the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT). "This is a very low-volume section of 94," Arseneau said.
At least four people died and an unknown number of people were injured when a car crossed a highway median and crashed head-on into oncoming traffic on Interstate 94 in central Minnesota, the State Patrol said.
After striking and killing a Roseville, Minn., man on an Interstate 94 exit ramp, Amy Senser sped off and drove around for more than a half hour, talking on the phone, before she drove back by the scene of the hit-and-run, according to an amended criminal complaint filed Monday.
Police said two armed male suspects got out of the car after it was stopped about 6 p.m. near Interstate 94. Authorities say one of the suspects turned toward an officer with a gun in his hand and the officer shot the man twice.
Amy Senser has claimed she didn't know she struck a Roseville, Minn., man on an Interstate 94 exit ramp in Minneapolis before she left the scene last August. Her attorney, Eric Nelson, says the recently-completed investigation revealed additional proof that Senser, wife of former Minnesota Vikings tight end Joe Senser, didn't know she struck Anousone Phanthavong.
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