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Highway Patrol Reports Fatal Accident Near Fairview

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The Highway Patrol released the names from the fatal accident near Fairview, Mont.

Jonathan Hamilton, 22, was stopped at the intersection of Highway 58 and Highway 200 when Rafael Gonzalea-Garcia, 24, of Florida, rear-ended him. Both vehicles ran off the road and into an irrigation ditch.

Hamilton later died in the Sidney Medical Center as a result of injuries sustained in the crash.

Officers charged Gonzalea-Garcia with negligent homicide.


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