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Moorhead man injured Friday in late-night motorcycle crash on Highway 34

Injuries were non-life threatening, according to Minnesota State Patrol report

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A motorcycle crash was reported late Friday night, July 1, 2022, on Highway 34 in Carsonville Township, Becker County.
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DETROIT LAKES — A 53-year-old Moorhead man received non-life threatening injuries after the motorcycle he was driving crashed on State Highway 34 in Becker County on Friday, July 1.

The Minnesota State Patrol received the call at 11:04 p.m. Scott Terry Amundson was driving his 2006 Harley Davidson motorcycle on the highway, near milepost 61 in Carsonville Township, at the time the single-vehicle accident occurred. He suffered non-life-threatening injuries and was taken to North Memorial Hospital for treatment.

Amundson was wearing a safety helmet and no alcohol was involved, according to the report, which also stated road conditions were dry at the time of the crash.

The Becker County Sheriff's Office and Carsonville Fire Department assisted State Patrol troopers at the scene.

A reporter at Detroit Lakes Newspapers since relocating to the community in October 2000, Vicki was promoted to Community News Lead for the Detroit Lakes Tribune and Perham Focus on Jan. 1, 2022. She has covered pretty much every "beat" that a reporter can be assigned, from county board and city council to entertainment, crime and even sports. Born and raised in Madelia, Minnesota, she is a graduate of Hamline University, from which she earned a bachelor's degree in English literature (writing concentration). You can reach her at vgerdes@dlnewspapers.com.
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