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UPDATE: Man who died after car crashed through South Fargo home identified

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Published: Aug. 19, 2016 at 7:56 PM CDT
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UPDATE: The driver of a car that drove into the basement of a South Fargo home is dead.

Police tell Valley News Live that 60-year-old Keith J. McDougall from Fargo suffered some type of medical emergency that led to the accident.

Officers say he did not die due to injuries from the crash.

McDougall hit a house at 1839 58th Ave South.

When police arrived they found the car inside the house with neighbors performing CPR on the unconscious driver.

1ST UPDATE: Fargo firefighters responded to a report that a vehicle had swerved and hit a house at 1839 58th Ave South. When they arrived on scene they found a small car completely inside the house with neighbors performing CPR on the unconscious driver.

The patient was moved outside of the house to continue medical care. When paramedics arrived the patient was transported to a local hospital.

The car was searched to make sure no one else was trapped. Two residents were home at the time of the accident but they were not injured.

Once the car was removed, fire crews removed some personal items for the homeowners and closed up the hole in the side of the house.

The patients name has not yet been released.

ORIGINAL: A scary situation as a car drove through a South Fargo home, and ended up in the basement.

It happened around 5:30 this afternoon near the 1800 block of 58th Ave S.

Police tell Valley News Live that the male driver had some type of medical issue that may have caused the crash.

The family of the house were there but were unharmed.

Neighbors helped pull the man out of the car and attempted to perform CPR, until medical officials arrived and took over.

The name of the driver has not been released.

Officers say the driver was taken to Essentia Health.

No word on his condition.