Burlington, IA — One man was killed and another was seriously injured in Burlington this past Saturday morning after an accident. Michael Butler, 51, was killed and Dan Miller, 45, was badly injured after Miller lost control of his car on Highway 61 and hit a tree.
The accident happened at about 1:00 a.m. that morning, February 1, 2014. Miller was driving his car along Highway 61 near Memorial Road, police said, when he lost control in the heavy snow and swerved off the roadway.
His car then struck a tree, killing his passenger, Michael Butler at the scene. Miller was taken to a hospital with injuries. More investigation is expected.
Scene of the Accident
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