Harley rider killed in crash that shut down southbound I-35 for hours

The rider side-swiped a passenger car.
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A motorcyclist was killed in a crash on I-35 on Friday afternoon that shut down the southbound lanes for several hours.

The incident just before 3 p.m. on I-35 at Wyoming happened as traffic began to slow in the left lane for construction ahead, the State Patrol says.

A Harley Davidson side-swiped a Ford Fusion, with the motorcyclist dying from his injuries.

He's since been identified as 56-year-old Bruce Pariseau, of North Branch.

The State Patrol says he wasn't wearing a helmet. No alcohol was involved in the crash.

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The collision caused the closure of southbound I-35 for several hours on Friday afternoon, with traffic backed up for many miles.

The three people in the Ford Fusion, from Duluth, were uninjured.

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