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Charges in Fatal Hit & Run

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LIVINGSTON, Mont. -

Authorities charge a woman and her father in September's fatal hit and run on I-90 east of Big Timber.

31-year-old Wyran Young faces charges of failing to remain at the scene of a fatal accident -- and along with her father Westly Young -- both face tampering with evidence.

Deputies say Wyran Young hit and killed Elgie Bedford in Sweet Grass County on September 30th.

The report says she and her father then attempted to conceal evidence by washing obvious human remains from the vehicle.

Summons were issued for the Youngs who live in Washington state.

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