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Third victim of early March crash near Williston dies; Bismarck man was 24 years old


WILLISTON, North Dakota — A third man who was among the victims of an early March crash that involved a pickup truck and a dump truck has died.

The Williston Herald ( ) reports 24-year-old Blaze Kenny Unruh, of Bismarck, died from injuries resulting from the incident in Williams County.

The pickup driver Michael Rameden, of Ray, and passenger Kyle Keller, of Bismarck, died at the scene. Blaze Unruh, another passenger, was flown to a hospital.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol has said the pickup truck ran a stop sign and collided with the driver's side of the dump truck at the intersection of U.S. Highway 2 and a county road, about 13 miles west of Williston.

The dump truck driver wasn't hurt.

Patrol investigators are working on reconstructing the incident to determine the cause.

Information from: Williston Herald,

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