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One was killed and five others were injured in the crash.
The South Dakota Department of Public Safety is releasing daily updates on crashes and crime in and around Sturgis for the duration of the nine-day rally.
The loss of Jacobson sent shockwaves through the Harrisburg School District, from which Jacobson graduated from in May, as many took to social media to share their support.

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At least 24 Palestinians, including six children, have been killed and 203 wounded during the two days of firing, according to the Gaza health ministry.
Saturday will kick off an arduous process that could extend into early next week, with senators offering amendment after amendment in a time-consuming "vote-a-rama."
With transportation and other necessities costing households more, total visitors to the state in May were 7% below the same time last year. Various attractions around the state say they're noticing the drop.
Ukraine's state nuclear power company Energoatom blamed Russia for the damage at the Zaporizhzhia power station, Europe's largest. Earlier this week, the United Nations nuclear watchdog appealed for access to the plant, which Washington says Russia is using as a battlefield shield.
The two men and two women struck by lightning Thursday while visiting Washington's Lafayette Square, just north of the White House, were among the unlucky few - struck by a bolt that hit the ground during a violent, afternoon thunderstorm.
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Hail as large as 4.5 inches, or grapefruit-sized, reportedly fell in Wall, closely rivaled by four-inch hail in Belle Fourche. Wind speeds reached as high as 91 mph near St. Onge, while roughly 2.5 inches of rain fell in Midland.

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