• February 06, 2017

Ken Kenia Killed, Two Hurt in Accident near Lame Deer, MT

Lame Deer, MT -- An alleged alcohol related collision claimed the life of Ken Kenia and left two unidentified victims with undisclosed injuries in the area of Lame Deer, MT.

The incident took place on Highway 212 about 1:15 p.m.

The report claims a vehicle headed west veered over the center line, striking an oncoming car. The driver of the second vehicle attempted to evade the collision, but was unable to. The passenger in that vehicle, Ken Kenia, was killed at the scene. The driver of the passenger vehicle, and a motorcyclist both received injuries.

The cause of the incident is unclear, but police have since charged Ethel Marie Brady with multiple offenses related to the crash.

map of the area


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