Norgren, Schultz at home following cycle accident

Published 11:14am Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Two Fergus Falls residents who were injured in a motorcycle crash last Wednesday night near Reynolds, N.D. are at home recovering after being treated at Altru Hospital in Grand Forks.

“We’re back home,” said Aaron Schultz, 37. “Just kind of healing up, doing fine.”

Schultz and Josie Norgren, 31, who owns Hillbillies Bar in Erhard, were thrown from the motorcycle when Schultz swerved to avoid hitting a dog, according to a news release from the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

Norgren suffered a cracked rib and had 12 staples put into her head, Schultz said, while he has a broken collar bone.

Schultz lost control and rolled the Yamaha motorcycle, which was headed eastbound on Trail County Road 25 on the way to Grand Forks.

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