Crash in Belgrade, Minn., leaves two teens seriously injured

  • August 17, 2013 - 11:29 PM

Two teenagers were seriously injured in a crash Friday night in Belgrade, Minn.

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., according to the State Patrol. A report calls it an “offset, head-on” crash.

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

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, where Vidger and Stoltenow were treated and released.

A nurse at the hospital said Saturday that the one teen who remained there was in “good, stable condition.” She did not release that patient’s name.


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