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Man named in fatal Highway 200 crash

KILLDEER -- Authorities have released the name of the Glen Ullin man killed in an oil tanker truck accident Thursday morning that closed a stretch of Highway 200 about 9 miles west of Killdeer for several hours.

KILLDEER - Authorities have released the name of the Glen Ullin man killed in an oil tanker truck accident Thursday morning that closed a stretch of Highway 200 about 9 miles west of Killdeer for several hours.
Carl Inman, 48, was driving a 2014 Volvo hauling a tank of crude oil westbound on Highway 200 toward Fairfield when authorities say his truck crossed the eastbound lane and went into the ditch.
The truck overturned and struck a tree before coming to rest on its top in the ditch. Inman died at the scene.
The trailer carrying the tank separated from the truck during the incident and spilled an undetermined amount of oil. The North Dakota Highway Patrol had to block traffic from Highway 22 to Highway 85 for several hours following the accident.

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