Two People Killed in Weekend Crashes on Montana’s Roads

A 28-year-old Cut Bank man died and two 38-year-old Browning men were injured in a crash between Browning and East Glacier

By Associated Press

GREAT FALLS — Two men were killed in separate weekend crashes on Montana’s highways.

The Montana Highway Patrol says a 28-year-old Cut Bank man died and two 38-year-old Browning men were injured in a crash early Sunday on U.S. Highway 2 between Browning and East Glacier.

The patrol says a pickup went off the road, down a steep embankment and through a fence. The vehicle rolled, ejecting the driver.

A 34-year-old Sand Springs man was killed in a crash Friday on Montana Highway 200 in Petroleum County.

The patrol says the man’s vehicle went off the left side of the road near Mosby. He overcorrected and the vehicle went off the right side of the road and down a steep embankment.

The names of the victims have not been released.

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