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St. Thomas, N.D., woman dies in crash

WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- A 62-year-old St. Thomas, N.D., woman was killed Friday night in a crash on state Highway 23 in western North Dakota. Bonnie Lembke died as a result of injuries suffered in the crash, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported...

WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- A 62-year-old St. Thomas, N.D., woman was killed Friday night in a crash on state Highway 23 in western North Dakota.

Bonnie Lembke died as a result of injuries suffered in the crash, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported. She was a passenger in an Oldsmobile driven by 62-year-old Dennis Lembke, who was injured and transported to McKenzie County Hospital.

Michael J. Mossett, 38, of New Town, was driving a Hummer eastbound when he attempted to pass another vehicle but collided head-on with the westbound Lembke vehicle.

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