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Patrol identifies semi driver killed in I-29 crash Tuesday

WAHPETON, N.D. -- North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the name of man killed in an accident on Tuesday. The man, identified as 71-year-old William Lyman of Ayr, N.D., drove his semi off Interstate 29 about 14 miles southwest of Wahpeton near...

 

WAHPETON, N.D. -- North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the name of  man killed in an accident on Tuesday.

The man, identified as 71-year-old William Lyman of Ayr, N.D., drove his semi off Interstate 29 about 14 miles southwest of Wahpeton near mile marker 19, the patrol said in a release.

The release also stated that the 2012 International truck veered off the road, entered the west ditch and continued into a field before vaulting over a drainage ditch.

Lyman was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Breckenridge, Minn., where he was pronounced dead.

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