UPDATE: An update made to a CaringBridge page for 22-year-old Cameron Bolton says "Cameron has left us, but we are keeping the body alive for possible organ donation."
Bolton was the passenger in a vehicle driven by 23-year-old Levi Allmaras of West Fargo last Thursday night. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says Allmaras failed to yield at an intersection near Mapleton and was hit by a van carrying a high school girls basketball team from the Lisbon-Fort Ransom area.
Family members are asking friends to bring any pictures they have of Cameron to them so they can use at his funeral.
Details on funeral arrangements are still to come.
ORIGINAL: The North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the names of 13 people hurt when a car and van collided near Mapleton, ND, Thursday night.
It happened on County Road 15 south of Mapleton around 9 p.m.
Troopers say the driver of a car failed to yield at an intersection and was hit by a van carrying a high school girls basketball team from the Lisbon-Fort Ransom area. Both vehicles ended up in a ditch.
The car was driven by 23-year-old Levi Allmaras of West Fargo. He suffered a non-life-threatening injury. His passenger -- 22-year-old Cameron Bolton of Fargo -- is hospitalized in critical condition.
The van was carrying 11 girls -- all were taken to the hospital, but are expected to be okay.
The driver was 18-year-old Elizabeth Lyons of Lisbon.
Her passengers were:
Jamie Reinke, 17, Lisbon
Kalli Lautt, 17, Fort Ransom
Kendra Odegard, 15, Lisbon
Asha Sweet, 14, Lisbon
Elizabeth Reiger, 14, Lisbon
Taylor Gilbert, 14, Lisbon
Sidney Anderson, 16, Milnor
Olivia Tuhy, 25, Lisbon
Kasen Anderson, 16, Fort Ransom
Brianna Nielsen, 18, Lisbon.