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Fargo woman suffers minor injuries in crash

FARGO - A Fargo woman was sent to the hospital Wednesday afternoon with injuries not considered to be life-threatening after another driver ran a stop sign in south Fargo and T-boned her vehicle, police say.

FARGO - A Fargo woman was sent to the hospital Wednesday afternoon with injuries not considered to be life-threatening after another driver ran a stop sign in south Fargo and T-boned her vehicle, police say.

Crystal Lindgren, 48, was transferred to Essentia Health after Buddhi Feelixge, 22, also of Fargo, ran a stop sign at the intersection of 43rd Street South and 15th Avenue at around 2:20 p.m., and struck Lindgren's vehicle, tipping it on its side, Sgt. Jim VanLith said.

Lindgren is no longer listed as being a patient at Essentia, a hospital receptionist said Friday evening.

Feelixge was cited for running a stop sign, VanLith said.

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