North Dakota State mourns four students killed in crash

The four first-year students were returning to school after spending a long weekend with their families in the Twin Cities area. A university official says the loss of the 18 and 19-year-old women has the NDSU campus in "shock and disbelief."
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The four first-year students were returning to school after spending a long weekend with their families in the Twin Cities area. A university official says the loss of the 18 and 19-year-old women has the NDSU campus in "shock and disbelief."

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