WDAY / WDAZ Staff
Bemidji, MN-- Two people are hurt after a rollover crash on Highway 2 at Cardinal rd at 3:07 p.m. on Monday. 23-year-old Luiz Delarosa of Bemidji, MN was traveling westbound on Highway 2 when he entered the ditch and his vehicle rolled, coming to a stop on it's roof. Road conditions were icy at the time of the crash, according to the accident report. 23-year-old Tevin Maurstad of Spring Lake, MN was also in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Both of them sustained non-life threatning injuries.
Becker County-- A teenager is hurt after a rollover crash on Highway 34 at mile post 49 in Becker County on Sunday at 4:15 p.m. 19-year-old Cameron Landstrom of Fargo was traveling westbound on highway 34 when his Chevy Silverado hit a patch of ice. He lost control of the vehicle and it entered the north ditch and rolled before coming to a stop. 18-year-old Jennifer Wickham of Fargo was also in the vehicle with him. She was taken to Essentia Hospital to be treated for non-life threatning injuries. Landstrom was not hurt in the crash.
FARGO – An unlocked truck at a gas station was stolen and rammed into a police car before the suspect led officers on a slow-speed chase Monday, Jan. 15. Fargo Police posted to Facebook early Tuesday, Jan. 16, that officers responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at Casey’s General Store, 2002 25th St. S., on Monday night. The owner said they had gone into the gas station to pay for fuel when it was stolen.
FARGO—A Fargo woman and her pup are heading to Westminster to compete in the National Dog Show. Elizabeth Nelson says she and her 4-year old Doberman Pinscher, Krieger, compete in more than ten shows every year. They'll be on the national stage in New York on February 13th, competing against professional breeders and handlers from around the country. It's is a dream come true for Elizabeth, who says she's been vying for Westminster since she was young, but the road to Westminster was a long one filled with hard work.
MOORHEAD—Through these heavy snow drifts a business in Moorhead was hit by an SUV. Chunks of this Midwest Vision location were hit at around 10:45 Sunday morning. Crews are seen patching up a window pane and cleaning up debris from a smashed pilar. Nobody was injured and the SUV was not badly damaged. It was able to drive away on it's own. No word on how much damages will cost.
METRO—Heavy winds picked up heaps of snow throughout the metro, making it hard for these drivers on the interstate. Multiple crashes happened across the valley including one on I-94 near Rothsay. A rollover was seen in West Fargo. Authorities have yet to tell us if anyone was injured. At this time, travel alerts are out for parts of the Northern Valley, near Grand Forks, Pembina, Cavalier and Grafton.
METRO—Bars in the metro are prepping for crowds for the Super Bowl. Herd and Horns in Fargo say they're expecting to reach capacity on Super Bowl Night. The bar says they've already had calls with customers asking if they can reserve a table, but to their disappointment, the bar is not taking any reservations. For all the football fans who won't be making the trek to Minneapolis.
EAST GRAND FORKS—While most cringe at sub-zero temperatures, ice-fishermen are rejoicing at their 'perfect conditions' for their hobby. Experts say lakes across the region have been crowded with anglers looking for a winter catch. The cold weather has also been good for outdoor stores, who say fishermen are looking to scoop up things for the elements like insulated tents and space-heaters. Electronic fish-finders, new augers, and light-up bobbers are also hot sellers this year.
HAWAII—A UND grad and his mom say they're relieved after a ballistic missile threat alert went out across Hawaii. The video above shows that an 'emergency message' was sent out to Hawaiians. It read 'Ballistic Missile Threat inbound to Hawaii. Seek immediate shelter. This is not a drill.' Sean Lee and his mom Debra say they were confused by the alert and were initially concerned. "I was focusing on trying to get confirmation that there was a real message, or real threat to us. Me and my mother were in a little bit of a state of confusion," said Sean.
GRAND FORKS—Many people dream of one day playing professional football, and for dozens of athletes in Grand Forks, they got one step closer to that dream on Saturday. The Tri-City Northstars, a semi-pro team located in Grand Forks held open tryouts Saturday for all those dreamers looking to make the team. Participants competed in various pro-style football drills such as the 40-yard-dash, bench press, vertical jump, and cone drills. The team is looking to fill at least 10 spots on its roster.