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Fargo man arrested after crash on I-94 in Moorhead

MOORHEAD - A Fargo man was arrested Sunday after a crash on Interstate 94 in Moorhead that left four people injured. According to a Minnesota State Patrol report: A vehicle carrying four people left the interstate and rolled several times, crashe...

MOORHEAD - A Fargo man was arrested Sunday after a crash on Interstate 94 in Moorhead that left four people injured.

According to a Minnesota State Patrol report:

A vehicle carrying four people left the interstate and rolled several times, crashed through a fence and came to rest on the Village Green Golf Course.

The incident happened about 2 a.m.

The driver of the vehicle, identified by the State Patrol as Kristofer T. From, 23, and a passenger called a friend for help.

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The friend arrived and transported two people to the hospital with a story that they were involved in a fight in Fargo.

An investigation revealed the injured were involved in the rollover and From was arrested on suspicion of criminal vehicular operation and leaving the scene of an injury accident, the State Patrol report said.

The State Patrol identified the passengers in the vehicle as James S. From, 30, Dilworth; and Theodore J. Narlock 32, and Shawn P. Halvorson, 23, both Fargo.

All of the occupants of the vehicle suffered injuries, but they were not believed to be life threatening, the State Patrol report said.

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