Bruce Hanson Obituary, Death – On Thursday, February 2, the North Dakota Highway Patrol made public the identify of a Minnesota man who had been killed in a snowmobile accident on January 25, roughly 10 miles southeast of this location. The accident occurred around 10 miles to the southeast of this location. This area is around 10 miles to the southeast of where the incident took place. The crash occurred around 10 miles to the southeast of this location. This region can be found roughly 16 kilometers (about 10 miles) to the southeast of the location where the incident took place.
Bruce Hanson, 67, of Jackson, Minnesota, was driving a 2007 Arctic Cat when it veered off the road and crashed in a field at the intersection of 43rd Avenue and Third Street Southeast in Bowdon, according to the report from the patrol. The mishap occurred at the same location as the previous accident. The medical staff at the hospital came to the conclusion that Hanson had passed away while he was a patient there, and they made a note of his passing. The patrol arrived at the scene of the accident just a few minutes after 7 o’clock in the evening, which was the time that it had occurred at the time that it had taken place.
In spite of the fact that there were no eyewitnesses to the collision, the Wells County Sheriff’s Office, the Bowdon Fire Department, and the Bowdon Ambulance provided help to the people who were injured in the accident. The collision investigation, which was initiated by the patrol, is now being carried out at this very moment and will continue to be carried out until further notice.