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Fargo teen who died in U.S. Highway 10 crash identified

Two vehicles were involved in the fatal incident between Hawley and Glyndon.

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GLYNDON, Minn. — A Fargo teenager who died in a two-car crash on U.S. Highway 10 between Glyndon and Hawley on Monday night, May 9, about 6 p.m. has been identified.

The Minnesota State Patrol said 19-year-old Sandip Tamang was attempting to cross the westbound lanes of the highway when his vehicle was struck on the front driver's side by a Dodge Durango driven by 36-year-old Christopher Brett Klabunde of Ada, Minnesota, who was heading west.

The report said Tamang had stopped at the stop sign on 170th Street before the crash.

There were two other passengers in the Durango, 20-year-old Isaac James Sauve, of Fargo, and 21-year-old Ethan Joe Steele, of Ada. The patrol said none of the three men in the Durango were injured.

Everyone involved in the crash was wearing a seat belt, and airbags were deployed.

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