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2 Brothers Die in ATV Crashes 10 Minutes, 7 Miles Apart

Police say alcohol, lack of helmets were factors
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 10, 2019 6:05 PM CDT
2 Brothers Die in ATV Crashes 10 Minutes, 7 Miles Apart
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Brothers Kyle and Jeremie Foster were riding their ATVs toward a farm Friday night in North Dakota when Kyle, 43, lost control and crashed into a slough. Ten minutes later, upon arriving at the farm, Jeremie, 47, realized Kyle wasn't with him and turned around to go look for him. He wiped out and crashed into a ditch about seven miles from where his brother had crashed. In a horrifying double tragedy, Kyle was pronounced dead at the scene and Jeremie died en route to the hospital, NBC News reports. Alcohol was a factor in both crashes and neither brother was wearing a helmet, police say. Per the Pioneer Press, both accidents took place on gravel roads in a rural area. (Read more ATV stories.)

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