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2-vehicle crash kills Garrison man

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A two-vehicle crash in McLean County killed a 33-year-old Garrison man.

The man was driving a Freightliner truck that was struck by a pickup truck that failed to yield at a rural intersection 14 miles south of Plaza, according to the Highway Patrol. The crash happened shortly after 9 a.m. Friday.

The Freightliner rolled into the ditch. The driver died at the scene. Two passengers -- 27- and 29-year-old men from Garrison -- were injured.

The 36-year-old Ryder woman driving the pickup was not hurt.

The Patrol is still investigating and did not immediately identify the people involved in the wreck.


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