Friday, August 3, 2012

Head-on Collision

The North Dakota Highway Patrol is still sorting out exactly what happened in an accident last month near Jamestown that killed a deaf man and the family of three he ran into. Wyatt Klein had left his welding job at Double J Manufacturing in the mid-afternoon before he began drinking. On his way home, the deaf 28-year-old drove the wrong way on Interstate 94, causing the head-on collision that ended the lives of Aaron and Allison Deutscher of West Fargo and their 18-month-old daughter, Brielle. The state patrol said Klein's blood alcohol level was triple the legal limit.

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