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Hillsboro man injured in I-29 accident

The driver injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 29 near Manvel, N.D., has been identified as a resident of Hillsboro, N.D.

The driver injured in a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 29 near Manvel, N.D., has been identified as a resident of Hillsboro, N.D.

Nicholas Boeddeker, 33, was taken to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks following the accident, which occurred at about 5:25 p.m. Thursday, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

According to the news release, Boeddeker was driving south on I-29, about 5 miles south of Manvel, when his 2007 Honda Accord sideswiped a 2001 Mack Truck with a trailer, striking the left rear trailer bumper and tires. The truck was driven by Carlos Martinez, 55, Grand Forks.

The Highway Patrol said the Mack Truck pulled to the shoulder and came to a stop while Boeddeker's vehicle continued south and veered across the median, coming to rest in the passing lane of northbound I-29 traffic.

Boeddeker's injuries were non-life-threatening, according to the report. A condition report was not immediately available from the hospital.

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