Fargo motorcyclist badly injured in crash with semi

The collision happened in north Fargo near Interstate 29.

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FARGO — A motorcyclist was seriously injured at about noon Friday, June 10, when his 2004 Kawasaki slid into a semi in north Fargo.

Jordan Schweitzer was westbound on 12th Avenue North near Interstate 29 and as he approached the semi he laid the bike down and slid into the semi, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Clark Hamre, 64, of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, who was driving the semi, had just pulled off the interstate onto 12th Avenue. He was not injured, the patrol said.

Schweitzer, 33, of Fargo, was not wearing a helmet, the patrol said.

The crash remains under investigation.

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