Woman killed in crash with semi in southeast North Dakota

Authorities have not given the name of Monday afternoon collision victim.

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GWINNER, N.D. — A Milnor, North Dakota, woman was killed Monday afternoon, Nov. 1, in a crash with a semi near Gwinner in southeast North Dakota.

The woman was driving eastbound on State Highway 13 about 6 miles east of Gwinner when a semi with a trailer slowed in front of her to make a turn. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, her sedan rear-ended the trailer at about 4:30 p.m.

First responders pronounced the victim, who was 36 years old, dead as a result of her injuries. The driver of the truck, a 77-year-old man also from Milnor, was uninjured.

The crash is under investigation by NDHP.

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