Names released from fatal motorcycle crash in Minot

Kory Kalamaha was struck by a car while riding his motorcycle. An investigation into the crash is ongoing, but a citation has been issued to the car's driver for a stop sign/yield sign violation.

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MINOT — Authorities have released the name of a motorcyclist who died in a May 22 crash in Minot.

Kory Kalamaha, a 56-year-old man from Max, N.D., died in a crash after his motorcycle struck a car driven by 66-year-old Timothy Glaser of Lansford, N.D.

Kalamaha was traveling south on South Broadway approaching 40th Avenue Southwest in Minot around 1 p.m. Monday, according to a report from the Minot Police Department.

Glaser's vehicle traveling eastbound was intending to turn north when it crossed the southbound lanes and was struck by the motorcycle, the report said.

Kalamaha was transported to a nearby hospital where he later died, according to the report.


Glaser was cited for a stop sign/yield sign violation, police said, adding that the crash remains under investigation.

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