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EGF man hospitalized after crash

An East Grand Forks man was in satisfactory condition Wednesday at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks after a motorcycle crash in Cavalier County. Kurtis Charles Klemmer, 36, was on a 2004 Harley Davidson heading east on a gravel county road about thr...

An East Grand Forks man was in satisfactory condition Wednesday at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks after a motorcycle crash in Cavalier County.

Kurtis Charles Klemmer, 36, was on a 2004 Harley Davidson heading east on a gravel county road about three miles northwest of Langdon, N.D., when the crash occurred about 11:30 p.m. Saturday, according to the Highway Patrol.

Another motorcycle in front of Klemmer created a cloud of dust. Klemmer lost track of the road and went into the south ditch. As the bike left the road, the front tire struck a rut, turning the wheel. The bike flipped forward, throwing Klemmer.

Klemmer, who was not wearing a helmet, was taken to the Cavalier County Memorial Hospital in Langdon and airlifted to Altru.

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