HARDING - An 11-year-old Pierz boy remained in critical condition Monday after being injured in an all-terrain vehicle crash this past weekend.
Dakota Sullivan was riding an ATV about 6 p.m. Sunday through a field near Harding when he lost control of the vehicle and rolled over several times, the Morrison County Sheriff's Department reported.
Sullivan, who wasn't wearing a helmet, was airlifted to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale. On Monday a hospital spokesman said Sullivan was in intensive care but was improving.
Pierz man, injured in ATV crash, improving
HARDING - A 34-year-old Pierz man who was seriously injured April 24 after being thrown from an all-terrain vehicle near Harding was reported in fair condition Monday.
Kelly Rudolph was northbound on Quest Road when he lost control of the ATV and rolled. Rudolph was then thrown from his ATV, the Morrison County Sheriff's Department said.
Rudolph was airlifted to North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, where initially he was reported in critical condition. A hospital spokesman on Monday said Rudolph's condition had improved to fair.
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