Noonan, ND — A local man from Libby and a UPS driver died on Tuesday (November 12, 2013) after a fatal accident between their vehicles Brent McCollum was identified as the pickup truck driver who was killed and police said that the UPS semi-truck driver’s name isn’t being released right now.
The accident happened on Tuesday afternoon at about 5:30 p.m. along Highway 5. McCollum’s Ford F-350 pickup truck swerved into oncoming traffic and crashed head-on into the UPS truck, killing both men at the scene.
It was later confirmed that McCollum was the president of MasseyMcCollum Oil Field Services. Police said they’re still trying to figure out what caused the wreck.
Scene of the Accident
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