Representatives from the South Dakota State Police have identified the individual they believe was killed in a single-vehicle accident in Sioux Falls, SD on February 4th, 2013. Police currently estimate that Denton Haber was killed when the vehicle he operated possibly suffered a sudden and violent loss of control while navigating Ellis Road in Sioux Falls. The vehicle left the roadway as a result of the control loss whereupon it collided with a tree just off the pavement.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Denton Haber was pronounced dead on the scene from the injuries inflicted on him in the accident by emergency response personnel when they arrived. The investigation into the fatality accident is currently underway by personnel representing both local and state agencies. Investigators are hoping that any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward to volunteer testimony that would in any way aid authorities in better understanding the series of events that culminated in the accidental death of Denton Harbor are urged to do so as soon as possible.
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