Boss: Wrong-way driver 'wasn't bad guy'
GACKLE, N.D. - Wyatt Klein never had any problems at his welding job at Double J Manufacturing here. The deaf 28-year-old was even teaching sign language to some of his co-workers, his boss said.
And on the day authorities say he got drunk and drove the wrong way on Interstate 94, causing a head-on crash that killed him and a West Fargo family of three, Klein was "working fine" up until he left work at 3 p.m., Double J owner Jeff Enzminger said.
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