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Altru: All bus crash patients at Grand Forks hospital have been discharged

All seven patients from Monday's bus crash in Larimore previously admitted at Altru Hospital have been discharged, the hospital said Friday afternoon.

All seven patients from Monday's bus crash in Larimore previously admitted at Altru Hospital have been discharged, the hospital said Friday afternoon.

The bus driver, 62-year-old Max Danner, and 17-year-old Larimore High School senior Cassidy Sandstrom, were killed when a BNSF train collided with the bus Monday afternoon. 

Three patients from the crash were previously transferred out of Altru Hospital. An investigation into the crash is ongoing. 

Mike England, a spokesman for the Federal Railroad Administration, confirmed Friday that the agency is investigating the crash.

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