Head-On Collision Kills 4 Near Medina

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JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – The North Dakota Highway Patrol says alcohol was a factor in a head-on collision that killed four people Friday evening near Medina, N.D.

The Highway Patrol says a 1994 Chevy Pickup driven by 28-year-old Wyatt Klein of Jamestown  was traveling eastbound on the westbound lanes of I-94 before colliding head-on with a westbound 2009 Subaru Forester near mile marker 225, about 33 miles west of Jamestown.

All occupants in both vehicles died in the crash, which occurred at about 7:18 p.m.

34-year-old Aaron Deutscher of West Fargo was driving the Forester. 36-year-old Allison Deutscher and 18-month-old Brielle Deutscher were passengers in the Forester.

Alcohol was a factor with Klein, the Highway Patrol said in a release Saturday afternoon.

The crash remains under investigation by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

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