Sep 30

Head On Collision in Montana Kills Three


Whenever there has been a head-on collision on Montana’s roadways, there is little question that one of the drivers was driving negligently.  While the facts of the head on collision involving two pickup trucks traveling on Highway 2 in northeastern Montana on September 29, 2015, are sparse, it is likely that the investigation will reveal evidence demonstrating one party was at fault.

Montana Highway Patrol troopers are investigating the crash.  It occurred about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when two pickups collided east of Frazer near mile marker 574 and caught fire soon after.  A local emergency responder said the severity of the wreck and subsequent fire delayed the investigation, and troopers are still working to identify the three bodies.

If you or a family member has been involved in a automobile accident, you should contact an attorney who will investigate the facts thoroughly.  You cannot rely on the investigation of authorities because these investigative reports are subject to rules of evidence.

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