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Minnesota woman killed in crash on US 95 north of Beatty

Last Friday, May 26, Nevada State Police, Highway Patrol responded to a fatal accident on U.S. 95 north of Beatty at around 7:30 a.m. An investigation revealed that the driver of a silver 2009 Honda sedan had failed to maintain the travel lane and entered the dirt shoulder on the west side of the highway. The driver then overcorrected and reentered the highway, causing the car to rotate counterclockwise, veer onto the east side of the highway, go airborne, and overturn. The passenger, Cassandra Jeannine Bjork, 39, from Minneapolis, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. This brings the total number of fatalities from crashes in the NSP Southern Command’s jurisdiction to 38 in 34 crashes so far this year.

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June 06, 2023

Speeding kills an average of 30 people a day, with over 11k traffic deaths in 2022 being attributed to speeding and it being a factor in 29 percent of all deaths in Nevada roads.

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Help in a Crisis

Following a traumatic event, people often feel helpless, confused, and experience emotional shock. They are confronted with a situation for which they are totally unprepared.

Often there is no one available in the immediate aftermath of a tragedy to guide the victims through these difficult hours. The TIP volunteer provides this necessary temporary support until persons involved in the crisis are able to depend on family, friends, neighbors, and other resources in the community.