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Motorcyclist killed in crash near Minot

MINOT, N.D. - A motorcyclist man was killed near Minot on Thursday when he failed to yield at an intersection and was hit by a truck.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol identified the victim as Trenton Tiller, 18, of Elkhorn, Neb.  

A Highway Patrol report said Tiller was riding about 2 miles west of Minot on Ward County Road 14 on Thursday afternoon when he was struck by the a tractor-trailer driven by Bradley Hamel of Surrey, N.D. Hamel was not injured.

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