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Fargo man dies after mowing his lawn Wednesday

FARGO - A 65-year-old man died of natural causes Wednesday night after mowing his north Fargo lawn. Authorities responded to Harlen Kulland's home in the 200 block of 21st Avenue North about 7:57 p.m. after a passerby reported seeing a man down w...

FARGO - A 65-year-old man died of natural causes Wednesday night after mowing his north Fargo lawn.

Authorities responded to Harlen Kulland's home in the 200 block of 21st Avenue North about 7:57 p.m. after a passerby reported seeing a man down who was unresponsive, Fargo Sgt. Mark Lykken said.

Kulland had mowed his lawn, returned the lawn mower to his neighbor and said he didn't think he could do it much longer, Lykken said.

"He then went and collapsed on the sidewalk," Lykken said.

A coroner determined Kulland died of natural causes. The investigation is closed, but a toxicology report has been ordered, which is standard procedure, Lykken said.

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