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Victim in Hazen motorcycle crash identified

HAZEN, N.D. -- A person is dead after his motorcycle collided with a Camaro on Sunday afternoon in Hazen.The victim, identified as Michael Brunner of Hazen, was headed west on Main Street and 9th Street NW when he struck the Camaro that was eastb...

HAZEN, N.D. -- A person is dead after his motorcycle collided with a Camaro on Sunday afternoon in Hazen.
The victim, identified as Michael Brunner of Hazen, was headed west on Main Street and 9th Street NW when he struck the Camaro that was eastbound. Shabazz Williams, of Burlington, Iowa, was driving the Camaro and had started to slow his vehicle down to make a left turn.
In an attempt to avoid the accident, Williams tried to accelerate away from the motorcycle, but was unable to avoid the crash. Brunner braked right before the collision, but struck the passenger side of the Camaro just behind the front wheel, according to a North Dakota Highway Patrol report.
The crash remains under investigation.

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