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Teen injured in snowmobile-car accident in Bagley

A Bagley, Minn., teenager was injured this morning when the snowmobile he was driving in a ditch along U.S. Highway 2 hit the front of a car pulling out of a driveway in Bagley.

A Bagley, Minn., teenager was injured this morning when the snowmobile he was driving in a ditch along U.S. Highway 2 hit the front of a car pulling out of a driveway in Bagley.

According to the State Patrol, Justen Rasmussen, 17, was driving a 1996 Arctic Cat east in the north ditch of Highway 2 in Bagley when a 1999 Jeep Cherokee driven by Randy Rue, 35, of Fosston, Minn., pulled out of Sorenson Motors.

The Arctic Cat hit the right front of the Jeep. Rasmussen was taken by ambulance to Clearwater County Hospital and later air-lifted to a Fargo hospital with head injuries that appeared to not be life-threatening, according to the Patrol.

Rue was not injured.

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