Nicole Landsem Accident, Death – The North Dakota Highway Patrol was able to identify the woman who perished in a rollover accident that took place a week ago in the northwestern corner of the state. The incident included a single vehicle and resulted in the victim’s death.
According to a news release that was obtained on Saturday evening, October 22, Nicole Landsem, who was a resident of Edmore, North Dakota, passed away on Friday at the scene of the incident, which was located about 5 miles south of Nekoma and about 100 miles northwest of Grand Forks. The location of the incident was approximately 5 miles south of Nekoma.
On North Dakota Highway 1, Landsem was driving a 1997 Chevrolet S10 in the direction of the southbound lanes when the vehicle veered off the roadway and into the ditch to the east, according to the state police. She overcorrected, which, according to the statement, caused the vehicle to roll an unspecified number of times before coming to a stop in the west ditch. According to the statement made by the establishment, Landsem was not fastened in by a seatbelt at the time of the collision, which resulted in her being flung out of the vehicle.