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Head-On Collision Kills Two

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Two men are dead after a head-on collision in Grand Forks County. The crash happened around 4:00 pm on Friday, four miles south of Grand Forks. An 86-year-old man from Buxton, ND, was driving a 2002 Saturn SL northbound on County 81, while a 78-year-old man from Northwood, ND, was driving a 2002 Chrysler Town & Country van southbound on the same road. The two were negotiating a curve when they hit head-on. The Northwood man was transported to Altru where he later died from his injuries. The Buxton man was pronounced dead on the scene. Their names have not yet been released.

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