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Bismarck crash fatally injures 15-year-old driver

The crash happened when a 15-year-old Bismarck boy was driving east in a truck through the intersection of East Century Avenue and Ontario Lane.

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BISMARCK — A teen driver was fatally injured in a crash at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, June 5, according to the Bismarck Police Department.

The crash happened when a 15-year-old Bismarck boy was driving east in a truck through the intersection of East Century Avenue and Ontario Lane.

Jolene Stockert, 45, of Bismarck was making a left turn in a car to go south on Ontario Lane.

The eastbound truck crashed into the back-passenger side of the southbound car, police said. Both vehicles were significantly damaged.

Stockert was not hurt and she declined medical attention at the crash scene, police said.

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The 15-year-old was taken to a local hospital where he died. Police did not release the boy's name.

"Speed appears to be a significant factor in the crash," police said in a statement.

Bismarck police said they continue to investigate the crash.

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