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Grand Forks driver cited after striking parked truck

According to a release from the Grand Forks Police Department, Samantha Dauphinais, 32, struck a parked Dodge Ram truck, after turning from North 11th Street onto Fifth Avenue North. The passenger side rear of Dauphinais’ Chevrolet Equinox struck the truck, and the collision caused her vehicle to flip on its side.

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A Grand Forks driver was cited for “care required” after her vehicle struck a parked truck then flipped on its side, shortly before 10 a.m., on Tuesday, Nov. 23.

According to a release from the Grand Forks Police Department, Samantha Dauphinais, 32, struck a parked Dodge Ram truck, after turning from North 11th Street onto Fifth Avenue North and heading west. The passenger side rear of Dauphinais’ Chevrolet Equinox struck the truck, and the collision caused her vehicle to flip on its side.

A crew from the Grand Forks Fire Department was able to extricate Dauphinais from the vehicle by removing its windshield. There were no passengers in the vehicle.

An Altru ambulance responded to the crash, but Dauphinais was not taken to the hospital.

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