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Minot man recovers after car chase near Devils Lake

DEVILS LAKE -- A Minot man is recovering in a Fargo hospital after authorities say he crashed a stolen car as he tried to evade state troopers. David Haskin, 18, was listed in fair condition at Fargo's MeritCare Hospital on Sunday. The North Dako...

DEVILS LAKE -- A Minot man is recovering in a Fargo hospital after authorities say he crashed a stolen car as he tried to evade state troopers.

David Haskin, 18, was listed in fair condition at Fargo's MeritCare Hospital on Sunday.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says Haskin was northbound on state Highway 20 south of Devils Lake early Saturday when troopers began chasing him. He ran through a tire-flattening device and later hit a traffic signal pole at the junction with U.S. Highway 2.

According to the report, Haskin was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the car. He was taken to a Devils Lake hospital and later flown to the Fargo hospital.

The patrol says the car Haskin was driving had been stolen Friday night from Devils Lake.

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