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Arvilla woman hurt in semi-minivan crash

An Arvilla, N.D., woman was injured Wednesday when a fully loaded semi and her minivan collided west of Grand Forks. Mary Thorn, 26, was taken to Altru Hospital for treatment of injuries after the collision, which occurred at about 2:30 p.m. at t...

An Arvilla, N.D., woman was injured Wednesday when a fully loaded semi and her minivan collided west of Grand Forks.

Mary Thorn, 26, was taken to Altru Hospital for treatment of injuries after the collision, which occurred at about 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of 69th Street and DeMers Avenue, according to a report from the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

According to the report, Jeffrey Dixon, 54, Woodstock Ill., was operating a 2011 International semi southbound on North 69th Street when it failed to yield at a stop sign at DeMers Avenue. The semi collided with the driver’s side of the eastbound 2007 Chrysler Town & Country minivan operated by Thorn.

Dixon was cited for failing to yield at a stop intersection, according to the Highway patrol.

The Grand Forks Sheriff’s Department and Thompson (N.D.) Fire Department assisted at the scene.

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A condition report on Thorn was not immediately available.

 

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