Breuer back to work after harrowing car accident


“The good Lord was looking over us for sure,” Breuer said. “The woman that hit us wouldn’t get out of her car at first. She was crying and at one point said, ‘is anybody alive?

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Mandans’ Ty Breuer leads the bareback riding standings coming into the Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo in Minot, which begins on Friday.

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Last month in Saint George, Utah, the Mandan rodeo star walked away from a different kind of harrowing event.

In Utah for the Dixie Roundup, Breuer was traveling with fellow bareback riders Steven Dent and Tanner Aus. The trio was stopped at an intersection in Dent’s van when a driver, doing 45 miles per hour, ran a stop light and plowed into the vehicle occupied by Breuer, Aus and Dent.

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