Motorcycle driver injured, arrested for DUI after Sargent County crash


GWINNER, N.D. (KVRR) — A motorcycle driver is injured and arrested for a DUI after rolling his bike early this morning.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it happened shortly after midnight in Sargent County, one mile east of Gwinner

Fifty-three-year-old Cameron Qualley was traveling north on State Highway 32 when he ran a stop sign at the intersection with Highway 13.

Qualley lost control and rolled into the ditch.

He was not wearing a helmet and suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

Qualley was taken to the Lisbon Hospital.

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