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Extra-long semis could be allowed on North Dakota roads

(U.S. DOT)BISMARCK, N.D. – Supporters of a bill that would allow extra-long semis on North Dakota roadways say it addresses a growing need to move cargo, given the increase in e-commerce and a shortage of truck drivers. But, opponents of the “road train” legislation fear it would increase traffic fatalities and damage roads and bridges. Such road trains generally consist…

UPDATE: Crews Hope to Have Interstate Clear by Noon, No Injuries in Semi Crash

If you are heading to work, it is advised you change your route

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One Person Identified in Fatal Head-On Collision Between Semis Near New Town

The collision happened on the Highway 23 bypass near New Town

NEW TOWN, ND — Authorities identify one of the two semi drivers killed in a fiery crash in northwestern North Dakota. Anthony Gonzales, 29, of Hamilton, Montana was driving a semi hauling crude oil. The state Highway Patrol says the fully-loaded semis collided head-on in Mountrail County early Saturday and caught fire. The collision happened on the Highway 23 bypass…