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Two ejected in early-morning crash Wednesday in Bemidj

Two men were ejected in an early-morning crash Wednesday on Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest. According to a State Accident Report: Sean Howard Nagle, 22, of Laporte, was driving a 1999 BMW south on Paul Bunyan Drive at 1:19 a.m. when the vehicle bega...

Two men were ejected in an early-morning crash Wednesday on Paul Bunyan Drive Northwest.

According to a State Accident Report:

Sean Howard Nagle, 22, of Laporte, was driving a 1999 BMW south on Paul Bunyan Drive at 1:19 a.m. when the vehicle began to skid along the slight curve at the intersection with First Street East. The vehicle struck the southwest traffic signal light and began to spin, ejecting Nagle and a front-seat passenger, Christopher Daniel Crew, 30.

A back-seat passenger, Sandra Michelle Nagle, 21, was not ejected, but did suffer injuries.

All three were taken by Bemidji Ambulance to North Country Regional Hospitals. Sean Nagle was listed in fair condition Wednesday. Sandra was treated and released. Crew's condition was not immediately available Thursday.

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Witnesses told police the BMW was traveling as a high rate of speed, over 90 mph, at the time of the crash.

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