Brooklyn Center, MN (KROC-AM News)- Update 8-22 11:47 a.m. 

A South St. Paul motorcyclist was killed while trying to elude a state trooper in the Twin Cities Sunday evening. 

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The State Patrol incident report indicates a trooper spotted 31-year-old Caylin Svendahl traveling at 107 mph on Interstate 94, south of the Interstate 694 interchange in Brooklyn Park shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday. The state crash report says the motorcyclist did not stop for the trooper and crossed several lanes of traffic before colliding with an eastbound motorist on 694. 

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The report says  Svendahl was ejected from his motorcycle. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The report says he was wearing a helmet and it’s unknown if alcohol played a role in causing the deadly crash. The motorist, identified as 52-year-old Sandra Klover of White Bear Lake, was injured but not transported to a hospital for further care.

 

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The State Patrol incident report indicates the 31-year-old South St. Paul man was attempting to merge onto Interstate 694 east in Brooklyn Center at a high rate of speed. The motorcycle crossed several lanes of traffic before colliding with an eastbound motorist shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday. 

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The report says the man was ejected from his motorcycle. The motorcyclist’s name is set to be released late Monday morning. 

The motorist, identified as 52-year-old Sandra Klover of White Bear Lake, was injured but not transported to a hospital for further care. The deadly crash is still under investigation.

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