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Fargo man injured in Cass County accident

A Fargo man suffered head, facial and chest injuries when his pickup left a dirt road in Cass County Sunday evening, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

A Fargo man suffered head, facial and chest injuries when his pickup left a dirt road in Cass County Sunday evening, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Scott J. Baumler, 38, was not wearing a seat belt when his 2001 Dodge pickup left the roadway near Fourth Avenue and Second Street South in Leonard, N.D., about 5:45 p.m. His truck went east about 300 feet in a dirt field before striking an embankment and coming to a rest facing east.

Baumler was taken to

MeritCare Hospital in Fargo for his injuries, and was listed in stable condition. The Highway Patrol said alcohol was a factor in the crash.

Related Topics: CASS COUNTY
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