Car crash on July 14th: 15 miles south of Minot on Hwy 83

What: Injury

Where: US HIGHWAY 83 MM 183, 15 miles south of Minot

When: 7/14/2020 at 6:23 P.M.

Road Conditions: Good

Weather Conditions: Clear

Crash Involvement: Vehicle/Vehicle

Type of Crash: Angle

Agencies Involved: ND Highway Patrol, Ward County Sheriff Department, Community Ambulance Minot, Minot Rural Fire Department, Trinity Northstar AirMed, Max Fire Department

Vehicle No. 1: 2014 Chevrolet Silverado

  • Driver No. 1: Caleb Mangino, 25-year-old male from Bismarck, Minor Injury
  • Restraints: Seatbelt in use, airbag deployed
  • Charges: None
  • Passenger No. 1: Tyler Jeffries, 25-year-old male from Albertville, MN, Minor Injury
  • Restraints: seatbelt in use, airbag deployed

Vehicle No. 2: 2016 Toyota Rav4

  • Driver No. 2: 40-year-old male from Duluth, MN, Life Threatening Injuries
  • Restraints: unknown seatbelt usage, airbag deployed
  • Charges: Pending
  • Passenger No. 1: 45-year-old female from Baxter, MN, Life Threatening Injuries
  • Restraints: unknown seatbelt usage, airbag deployed

A Chevrolet Silverado, driven by Caleb Mangino, was traveling southbound on Highway 83 approaching the intersection with Highway 23. Toyota Rav4 was traveling westbound on Highway 23. The driver of the Rav4 disregarded the stop sign at Highway 83 and 23 intersection pulling out in front of Mangino. Mangino struck the Rav4 in the passenger side with the front of his vehicle. Both vehicles came to rest in the west ditch.

Mangino had to be extricated from his pickup. Mangino, Jeffries, and the driver of Rav4 were transported to Trinity Hospital by Community Ambulance of Minot. Female passenger of the Rav4 was airlifted to Trinity Hospital in Minot then to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks for life threatening injuries. Names of occupants of the Rav4 will be released pending notification of family. Crash remains under investigation by the Highway Patrol.

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