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Identity Revealed in Motorcycle Fatal

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GREAT FALLS - Lewis and Clark County authorities have identified the fifty-two year old Great Falls man who lost his life in a motorcycle accident on Sunday night.

Coroner Mickey Nelson tells us that Jeffery Brown was the rider who passed away in the accident.

According to the Montana Highway Patrol, Brown failed to make a sharp left turn while going southbound on Interstate Fifteen near Wolf Creek.

Brown's bike went down into a ditch alongside the road and crashed into a tree, and Brown was ejected from the bike. Brown was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a helmet.



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