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Vehicle rollover leaves 1 dead in Dunn County

A 38-year-old man rolled his vehicle and was ejected. He was later pronounced dead at the scene.

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DUNN COUNTY, N.D. — A rollover crash 4 miles north of Halliday in Dunn County left one man dead Friday, Aug. 19.

The 38-year-old man, from Dickinson, was traveling southbound on Highway 8 near mile marker 118 when he drove the vehicle into the west shoulder of the highway. When he attempted to re-enter the road, his vehicle spun and rolled, according to a report from the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

The man, who was driving a 2003 International Harvester Truck and not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene, the report said.

There was no other vehicle involved in the incident.

The crash is still being investigated by the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

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