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Girl, boy in accident no longer in hospital

Two children injured Tuesday morning in an accident east of Bemidji that claimed the life of their mother have been released from two hospitals. Tristan Thompson, 6, was treated and released from MeritCare Hospital in Fargo. He had been airlifted...

Two children injured Tuesday morning in an accident east of Bemidji that claimed the life of their mother have been released from two hospitals.

Tristan Thompson, 6, was treated and released from MeritCare Hospital in Fargo. He had been airlifted to Fargo as a precautionary with a broken arm and sub hematoma, according to the Minnesota State Patrol in Thief River Falls.

Allison Ramsey, 4, sustained bumps and bruises in the accident. She was held overnight for observation at North Country Regional Hospital before being released Wednesday.

The children's mother, Tammy Jungwirth, 39, of Cass Lake, was pronounced dead Tuesday at NCRH. She was ejected from the pickup she was driving west on U.S. Highway 2 East by T&K Outdoors when the pickup rolled over.

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