• November 08, 2019

One Killed in Car Accident on Interstate 90 just outside Big Timber, MT

Big Timber, MT Montana State Highway Patrol officers have not yet confirmed the name of the man that was killed in a major single-vehicle rollover car accident that happened in Big Timber, MT on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019.

Investigators tasked with determining the cause of the accident only said that an as-of-yet unidentified 57-year-old man was killed when the Ford Explorer SUV he was in veered off the side of Interstate 90 and rolled in the median, and that he succumbed to his injuries a short time after EMS transported him to nearby Pioneer Medical Center. Police did not mention any other vehicles or injuries pertaining to the accident in their initial report.

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