(North Dakota) -- North Dakota Highway Patrol says multiple stranded and stuck motorists were assisted in the Northwest corner of the state, along with multiple others on the in the center and east sides.
Up to 36 inches of snow fell in several places across North Dakota, and the NDHP says their services were requested numerous times between April 12th and the 14th. You can find a small library of photos below taken by the NDHP.
Two individuals were found dead in snow, one was a 60-year-old man from Watford City and the other was a 73-year-old Minot woman. Both people's identities will not be released until next of kin are notified. The deaths have no indications of foul play or criminal activity.
Other incidents include stuck vehicles, semi's in ditches, multiple stranded motorists, moving radio dispatchers to Bismarck's Law Enforcement Training Academy, and a blood run between Minot and Bottineau.