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Five teens injured in Mapleton crash

MAPLETON, N.D. - Five area teens were taken to two Fargo hospitals Wednesday afternoon after a two-car crash here. Three West Fargo teens - Salvino Depina, 19, Chad Miller, 15, and Bailey Reynolds, 15 - were taken to Innovis Health, according to ...

MAPLETON, N.D. - Five area teens were taken to two Fargo hospitals Wednesday afternoon after a two-car crash here.

Three West Fargo teens - Salvino Depina, 19, Chad Miller, 15, and Bailey Reynolds, 15 - were taken to Innovis Health, according to a news release from the Cass County Sheriff's Department.

The three teens were treated and released, a hospital spokeswoman said Wednesday night.

The two other teens - Amber Ulmer, 16, West Fargo, and Lybresha Stewart, 15, Fargo - were taken to MeritCare, according to the release. A hospital spokeswoman had no information on their conditions.

One of the girls was airlifted to MeritCare, Deputy Bruce Renshaw said.

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Miller, alone in one of the cars and driving south on Cass County 11, tried to turn left onto Second Street in Mapleton at 1:45 p.m., Renshaw said. Depina, who was driving behind Miller's car, hit the front end of Miller's vehicle after trying to pass him in the left lane of the intersection, Renshaw said.

Renshaw said passengers in Depina's car were Reynolds, Ulmer and Stewart.

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