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Driver dies from injuries suffered in March 4 crash near Mandan

According to the Highway Patrol, Scott Walden died on Friday, March 11, due to his injuries.

FSA North Dakota news brief
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BISMARCK — The North Dakota Highway Patrol said Monday, March 14, that a man who was seriously injured in a crash on Interstate 94 on March 4 has died as a result of his injuries.

According to a Highway Patrol report on the incident:

A Freightliner was eastbound on I-94 about 15 miles west of Mandan on March 4 when the driver lost control of the truck and it crossed the median and collided with an SUV that was westbound on the interstate.

The driver of the SUV, Scott Walden, 46, of Missoula, Montana, and a passenger in the SUV, Antonina Walden, 49, of Missoula, were taken to a hospital in Bismarck with serious injuries.

The driver of the Freightliner, Hashi Sire, 37, Richfield, Minnesota, was taken to a Bismarck hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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According to the Highway Patrol, Scott Walden died on Friday, March 11, due to his injuries.

No information on Antonina Walden's condition was available Monday.

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