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UPDATE: Fatality Victim Identified in Collision on I-15

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UPDATE: 

The victim in Saturday night's fatal accident on Interstate 15 has been identified as 38 year old Todd Brownlee of Great Falls as confirmed by Sheriff/Coroner Bob Edwards.

The Montana Highway Patrol is conducting further investigation, including a toxicology screening to determine if alcohol was a factor.

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Original Story:

One person is dead and others were transported by medivac after a fatal head on collision on I-15 northbound near mile marker 289.

Around 7:30 Saturday evening a Ford pick up truck and a Subaru Legacy hit each other in a head on injury accident on Interstate15 near Vaughn.

Montana Highway Patrol says at this time there has been one confirmed fatality, and they say the other driver involved in the accident was transported to Benefis Health Care System due to injuries.

Although MHP says they do not currently know exactly how many people were involved in the accident.

The MHP is currently still on the scene and the accident is under investigation.

We Have an Update on the accident, Montana Highway Patrol says there was reported to be a 3rd pick up that had swerved to avoid the accident and the driver maybe able to help MHP with this case.

Highway Patrol is asking the driver of that truck to come forward if he or she can remember what happen that night. All folks who may also have information on the crash are encouraged to call the Montana Highway Patrol at (406) 453-1121.

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