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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