State Patrol: four teens hurt in crash, two seriously

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Four teenagers were hurt, two seriously, in a crash Friday night in Belgrade, Minn., reports the Star Tribune.

The Minnesota State Patrol says that at about 10 p.m. Friday, a Nissan Altima going north on Hwy. 71 was making a left turn onto Hwy. 55 when it collided with a Pontiac being driven by Alysa Leedahl of Brooten, Minn. A report calls it an “offset, head-on” crash, the Strib is reporting.

Leedahl, 19, and a passenger in the other car, Ellen Wuflestad, 18, of Moorhead, were seriously injured. Leedahl was driving alone in her vehicle.

The 2001 Altima was being driven by Arianna Vidger, of Fargo. She and one of her two passengers, 16-year-old Libby Stoltenow, of Moorhead, were not badly hurt.

The four were brought by ambulance to Glacial Ridge Hospital in Glenwood, according to The Fargo Forum.

The conditions of the two hospitalized teens are not currently available.

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