A 32-year old Bismarck man died at the scene of an accident in northern Adams County near Regent.
By COLE BENZ | Herald Editor
According to a release by the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Brad Delzer died from his injuries as the result of a one-vehicle rollover crash on Sunday afternoon. Felicia Black of Bismarck and Heidi Blum of Mandan were also in the vehicle and sustained unknown injuries.
(UPDATED April 24, 2017 – 12:36 p.m.)
A 32-year old Bismarck man died at the scene of an accident in northern Adams County near Regent. Two other female passengers were in the car and were taken to Bismarck hospitals to be treated for unknown injuries.
According to the report by the North Dakota High Way Patrol, the trio was driving an Isuzu Rodeo at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, April 23, when, on their way back from Howe, S.D., the male driver veered into the south ditch while traveling eastbound on 18th Ave NE, 6.5 miles west of Highway 8. He overcorrected and the vehicle rolled twice.
The vehicle came to a stop on the roadway facing west, and subsequently caught fire and burned completely.
None of the occupants were wearing their seatbelt.
Along with the driver, one other passenger was ejected. The third passenger stayed in the vehicle.
One of the female passengers was listed with a Mandan address, while the other is from Bismarck.
Valley Med Flight, and ambulance services from Regent and Hettinger assisted. The Adams County Sheriff’s Department also assisted the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
The crash is still under investigation by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
The identities of the individuals have not yet been released.