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Townsend Crash Victim Identified

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The 18-year-old Broadwater High School Football player who died in a rollover accident near Townsend on Friday has been identified as Dakota Kimbrough.

Authorities said the 15-year-old driver of the 1976 Ford pickup lost control after another vehicle passed him, coming from the opposite direction, on Ray Creek Road in Broadwater County. Deputies said Kimbrough was riding in the bed of the pickup during the accident and died on scene.

The Montana Highway Patrol reports three other football players riding in the pickup were injured during the crash. Lewis and Clark County Sheriff, Wynn Meehan, reports the driver and two other passengers were treated and released following Friday's crash.

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