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Dilworth man injured when car collides with modified school bus

GLYNDON, Minn.-A 45-year-old Dilworth man was injured after his car struck a stalled school bus turned motor home on Highway 336 at 28 Ave. S. in Glyndon shortly after 7 p.m. on Friday.

GLYNDON, Minn.-A 45-year-old Dilworth man was injured after his car struck a stalled school bus turned motor home on Highway 336 at 28 Ave. S. in Glyndon shortly after 7 p.m. on Friday.

Jason Kakac was headed south on the highway when he struck the 1967 school bus-motor home, driven by Tyler Hehn, 17, of Fargo, according to the Minnesota State Patrol. Hehn and his two 14-year-old passengers, Gage Marjama and Dalton Traffie, were not injured in the collision, the patrol said.

Kakac suffered non life-threatening injuries and was taken to Sanford Hospital. The Clay County Sheriff's Office and the Glyndon Police Department assisted the State Patrol with the accident.

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