BREAKING: Authorities release 911 call made by Jason Ravnsborg following deadly crash  (Audio)

October 13, 2020
Mike Tanner

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—Good progress is being made, but there’s more work to be done.

Those words from South Dakota Public Safety Department Secretary Craig Price today (Tuesday) regarding the investigation into a fatal traffic crash involving South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg (pictured).

The A-G was traveling home from a fundraiser in Redfield on the night of September 12th when he hit and killed a pedestrian, 55 year-old Joseph Boever, on Highway 14 just west of Highmore.

Here’s the actual 9-1-1 call Ravnsborg made that night…

Price spoke at a news conference today at Sioux Falls City Hall….

Price says a number of out-of-state agencies are involved….

He was asked why authorities have not released any photos of the crash scene..….

Price says they’ve remained in regular contact with Boever’s family during the investigation…

Governor Kristi Noem joined Price at today’s press conference…

Price says the final autopsy results on Boever are still at least a few weeks out.