Representatives from the Kansas Highway Patrol have identified the individual who was killed in a single-vehicle accident in Kingman County, KS on February 7th, 2013. Police currently estimate that Brian Mott was killed when the vehicle he operated potentially suffered a sudden and catastrophic loss of control while navigating Highway 14. The vehicle left the roadway, whereupon authorities suspect he over-corrected, subsequently resulting in a rollover.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Brian Mott was ejected from the vehicle in the midst of the rollover and was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene from the injuries inflicted on him in the accident. The investigation into the fatality accident remains active and ongoing at this juncture, and authorities hope to release more information to the public as it becomes available.
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