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Northome woman killed in Bemidji crash

Minn. -- A Northome woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle accident at U.S. Highway 71 and Anne Street in Bemidji.[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"740741","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"270",...

 Minn. -- A Northome woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle accident at U.S. Highway 71 and Anne Street in Bemidji.
The accident was reported around 10:45 a.m. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 1998 Buick LeSabre driven by Karen O'Laughlin, 71, of Northome, was eastbound on Anne Street Northwest when it was struck by a 1986 International truck driven by Cory Honer, 46, of Laporte, who was traveling north on U.S. Highway 71. A passenger in the LeSabre, Loretta Willard, 80, of Northome, was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead, the patrol said in a news release. O'Laughlin also was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Honer suffered no apparent injuries, the patrol said. All three were wearing their seatbelts. The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene.   Minn. -- A Northome woman was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle accident at U.S. Highway 71 and Anne Street in Bemidji.
The accident was reported around 10:45 a.m. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, a 1998 Buick LeSabre driven by Karen O'Laughlin, 71, of Northome, was eastbound on Anne Street Northwest when it was struck by a 1986 International truck driven by Cory Honer, 46, of Laporte, who was traveling north on U.S. Highway 71.A passenger in the LeSabre, Loretta Willard, 80, of Northome, was taken to Sanford Bemidji Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead, the patrol said in a news release.O'Laughlin also was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Honer suffered no apparent injuries, the patrol said. All three were wearing their seatbelts.The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office assisted at the scene. 

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