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Driver arrested for DUI, 2 injured in I-94 crash

ORISKA, N.D.--Two people were injured in a one-car crash Monday evening, June 13, on Interstate 94 near Oriska. According to a report released by the North Dakota Highway Patrol: Heather M. Howard Butler, 33, of Riverside, Iowa, was driving eastb...

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ORISKA, N.D.-Two people were injured in a one-car crash Monday evening, June 13, on Interstate 94 near Oriska.

According to a report released by the North Dakota Highway Patrol:

Heather M. Howard Butler, 33, of Riverside, Iowa, was driving eastbound on I-94 when she lost control of the vehicle and it entered the south ditch of the interstate.

Butler was not wearing a seat belt and she was ejected from the car.

She was taken by Life Flight to Sanford Medical Center in Fargo with serious injuries.

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A passenger, Michael J. Kemp, 35, of Santa Ana, Calif., was taken by ambulance to Sanford Medical Center where he was treated and released.

Butler was arrested for DUI, the Highway Patrol report said.

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