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One injured in Monday accident

Grand Forks police officers and firefighters work at the scene of an accident Monday at Interstate 29 and 32nd Avenue South. A witness on the scene said it appeared a van pulling a boat was rear-ended and that the impact pushed the boat into the ...

Grand Forks accident
Grand Forks police officers and firefighters work Monday at the scene of an accident at the intersection of Interstate 29 and 32nd Ave. South. Herald photo by Eric Hylden.

Grand Forks police officers and firefighters work at the scene of an accident Monday at Interstate 29 and 32nd Avenue South. A witness on the scene said it appeared a van pulling a boat was rear-ended and that the impact pushed the boat into the back of the van, and the van into a light pole. An injured party was taken by ambulance to Altru Hospital. No other details were available as of press time Monday night.

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