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Woman ID'd in Fatal Rollover

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A woman who died after a rollover accident near Custer on Sunday was identified.

According to the Yellowstone County Coroner, 41-year-old Amy Haacke of Billings died of blunt-force trauma. The Montana Highway Patrol reports Haacke drifted off the north side of I-94 near Custer, overcorrected, and rolled once. Haacke was thrown from her SUV even though she was wearing her seatbelt.

Trooper Joe Coughlin said speed and alcohol did not appear to be factors in the accident.

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