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UPDATE: North Dakota Highway Patrol identifies man seriously injured in motorcycle accident near Gardner

67-year-old, Glenn Smith was transported to the hospital for injuries

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GARDNER, N.D. – A 67-year-old Grandin, N.D. man was taken by helicopter to a Fargo hospital following a motorcycle crash Friday afternoon.

Glenn Smith was driving the motorcycle northbound on Interstate 29 one mile south of Gardner at speeds between 65 and 70 miles an hour.

Witnesses said the motorcycle began to wobble and Smith laid the bike down. According to the North Dakota Highway Patrol, he sustained serious injuries.

Interstate 29 northbound was shut down for about an hour due to the incident. No other cars or individuals were involved. The accident remains under investigation.

Related Topics: NORTH DAKOTAACCIDENTS
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