LARIMORE, N.D. — Five teenagers were injured in a rollover crash that took place northwest of Larimore Saturday afternoon, Aug. 29, the North Dakota Highway Patrol reported.

The driver, a 16-year old male from Larimore, was traveling north on 40th Street Northeast negotiating a right curve. His vehicle, a 1990 Lincoln Town Car, rotated to the right. The driver overcorrected and the vehicle entered the east ditch.

The vehicle overturned an undetermined number of times and came to rest on its roof on top of a tree in a ravine, the Highway Patrol said.

The driver, along with a 15-year-old Grand Forks male, 13-year-old Larimore female and 16-year-old Larimore female, were wearing seat belts and suffered minor injuries.

A fourth passenger, a 16-year-old Grand Forks male who was not wearing a seat belt, suffered serious injuries that were not life-threatening.

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The driver and two passengers were transported via ambulance to Altru Hospital in Grand Forks.

The Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

Larimore is roughly 30 miles northwest of Grand Forks.