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Man Charged With Negligent Homicide

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An 18-year-old Billings man has been arrested on charges related to a fiery rollover crash last year where a woman died and a child was injured.

Damian Scott Strever was arrested last week on suspicion of negligent homicide, negligent vehicular assault, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Court documents show Strever was under the influence of methamphetamine when he crashed a Buick Regal near the intersection of North Frontage and Exxon-Mobil Roads.

Strever's passenger, 26-year-old Nina Klein of Billings, was killed in the rollover, and a three-year-old girl was injured.

Strever was arrested Friday, and he is expected to appear in court Tuesday

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