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Names released of those involved in fatal car crash near Hunter, N.D.

According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Richard Duane Nelson, 82, and Marilyn Kaye Sandbeck, 69, both of Devils Lake, died in the crash. The crash happened at approximately 2:45 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, on Highway 18, two miles south of Hunter.

As reported to the media by the Highway Patrol, a 2021 Chevy Suburban, driven by Amy Marie Ulmer, 39, of Wheatland, N.D., was headed north and waiting to make a left turn into a private driveway. A 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe, driven by Nelson and with Sandbeck as passenger, was southbound at the same spot when a 2020 Chevy Silverado driven by Jason Alleyn Olsonoski, 43, of Moorhead, Minn., rear-ended the Suburban. The Suburban was pushed into the southbound lane, causing a head-on collision with the oncoming Hyundai.

The Hyundai came to rest in the west ditch, the Suburban came to rest on its side on the highway and the Silverado came to rest in the east ditch. All vehicles are a total loss.

Nelson and Sandbeck died in the crash. Both were wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.

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Olsonoski suffered minor injuries. He was wearing a seatbelt.

Ulmer, who was wearing a seatbelt, was injured. Passengers in the Suburban included two girls, ages 8 and 5. Both were injured, with the younger girl suffering what the Highway Patrol reports as serious injuries. One of the girls was airlifted to Sanford Hospital in Fargo.

The crash remains under investigation.

Agencies that responded to the incident were the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Cass County Sheriff’s Department, Hunter Ambulance, FM Ambulance, Hunter Fire Department and Sanford AirMed.


NEAR HUNTER, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Two people have died following a multi-vehicle crash near Hunter, ND.

The accident occurred around 2:45 p.m. on Saturday along ND Highway 18.

A report from the North Dakota Highway Patrol says a 2021 Chevy Suburban, facing north, was waiting to make a left turn into a private driveway.

A 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe, driven by an 82-year-old man with a 69-year-old female passenger of Devil’s Lake, was going south when a 2020 Chevy Silverado rear-ended the Suburban.

The impact pushed the Suburban into the southbound lane causing a head-on collision with the Hyundai.

The Hyundai was ultimately pushed into a ditch and the Suburban came to a rest on its side.

Both the driver and passenger of the Hyundai were killed in the crash.

The Suburban was driven by a 39-year-old woman and was carrying two juvenile passengers, all of Wheaton, ND.

All were hurt in the collision, but a 5-year-old girl suffered serious injuries and was airlifted to Sanford Hospital in Fargo.

The driver of the Silverado, a 43-year-old man of Moorhead, endured minor injuries in the collision.

The cause of the crash and possible charges remain under investigation.

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Patrol identifies 4 killed in accidents in North Dakota

On Sunday, two people were killed in a head-on crash that occurred in a construction zone on Interstate 29, seven miles south of Fargo.

The patrol said the crash occurred at 1:16 a.m. in head-to-head traffic. Skylur Koch, 27, Fargo, was driving a 2015 Ford Expedition southbound when his vehicle was struck by a northbound 2011 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Ricky Pender, 66, Moorhead, Minnesota. The Silverado crossed the center and struck the Expedition head on, the patrol said.

Koch and Pender suffered fatal injuries and died, the patrol said. Pender's passenger, Michele Pender, 55, Moorhead, was injured and transported by ambulance to Essentia Health in Fargo. Seat belts were not in use in the Silverado. Koch was wearing a seat belt

Koch's passengers, David Mord, 38, Fargo, and Andrew Kainpe, 32, Fargo, were injured and taken by Sanford AirMed to Sanford Hospital in Fargo and by ambulance to Essentia Health, respectively. Mord was wearing a seat belt; Kainpe was not.

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The crash closed I-29 for several hours and traffic was rerouted. I-29 was also closed for 30 minutes on Sunday afternoon to reconstruct the crash scene; traffic was detoured during that time.

Two people were identified who died in a three-vehicle crash at 2:46 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, on N.D. Highway 18, two miles south of Hunter, North Dakota, the patrol said.

Killed were Richard Nelson, 82, and Marilyn Saandbeck, 69, both of Devils Lake, North Dakota. The two were in a 2016 Hyundai Santa Fe that was southbound when a northbound 2021 Chevrolet Suburban, driven by Amy Ulmer, 39, Wheatland, North Dakota, was struck by a 2020 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Jason Olsonoski, 43, Moorhead, and pushed into the Hyundai.

Ulmer was waiting to turn left into a private driveway when the Silverado rear-ended the Suburban, pushing it into the Hyundai, where the two vehicles collided head on.

Ulmer and her passengers, two girls ages 5 and 8, were injured and transported. One child was taken by Sanford AirMed to Sanford Hospital in Fargo. The other Suburban occupants were taken by ambulance to Fargo and are in stable condition, the patrol said. The driver of the Silverado, who was wearing a seat belt, sustained minor injuries. Ulmer and the 8-year-old were wearing seat belts; seat belt use in the 5-year-old was not known, the patrol said. The two in the Hyundai were wearing seat belts.

All vehicles were totaled. The crash is under investigation by the patrol.

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