NORTH ST. PAUL -- A MnDOT worker found the body of a man involved in a deadly motorcycle crash.

The Minnesota State Patrol says 41-year-old Cameron Dahm of Oakdale was traveling west on Highway 36 in North St. Paul when the bike drove into the center median around 6:40 p.m. on Wednesday.  The motorcycle landed behind the guardrail.

No 911 calls were received for the crash.

When the MnDOT crew arrived around 1:00 a.m. Thursday to repair the guardrail from a previous crash they found Dahm's body and motorcycle.

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EMS was called and Dahm was pronounced dead.

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