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UPDATE: Fargo Police Release Name in Deadly Motorcycle Crash - Valley News Live - KVLY/KXJB - Fargo/Grand Forks

UPDATE: Fargo Police Release Name in Deadly Motorcycle Crash

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Police have released the name of a man who died in a motorcycle crash on Thursday.

Jason Allen Boor, 44, of Fargo was traveling northbound on 36th Street between Main and First Avenues North. Witnesses said the motorcycle he was driving crossed the center line into the southbound lane of traffic. Boor lost control and fell off his bike. He then hit the right front bumper of an oncoming vehicle.

He was taken to the hospital but was pronounced dead shortly after the crash. 


Original Story:

Fargo Police are investigating a deadly motorcycle crash on the city's north side. They say it happened Thursday night around 7:30 on 36th Street between Main and First Avenues North. Police say it appears the motorcycle driver lost control of the bike, fell off and was hit by an oncoming vehicle.

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