August 16, 2022
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Woman Crashes Into Bismarck Home, Fentanyl Influence Suspected

(Bismarck, ND) — Police say a driver who crashed into a Bismarck home on Tuesday was likely under the influence of fentanyl. Officers say the driver told them at the scene that she had been smoking fentanyl at the Tom O’leary Golf course and had stopped at a red light on Avenue C, but remembers nothing after that. Chemical tests were sent to the state lab. The results will influence whether she will be formally cited for driving under the influence.

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