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Arizona man killed on South Dakota highway identified


The Associated Press - September 10, 2018

HERMOSA, S.D. - The Highway Patrol has identified a 54-year-old Arizona man who died after being struck on a highway in South Dakota.

Fifty-four-year-old David Kollar of Chandler, Arizona, was on state Highway 79 in Custer County where a deer had been struck by a vehicle the night of Sept. 3. He was struck by a passing car and pronounced dead at the scene south of Hermosa.

The driver of the car was not hurt. He will not be charged. The patrol says he had moved to the passing lane because several vehicles were parked along the shoulder of the road in the area where the deer had been struck by one of them.

Meanwhile,

Authorities have identified a Pierre woman who died in one-vehicle rollover in Stanley County.

The Highway Patrol says 20-year-old Romy Rabbit was a passenger in a sport utility vehicle that swerved to avoid a deer on a rural road Tuesday night, and ended up rolling in the ditch.

She was dead at the scene 12 miles north of Hayes. The 45-year-old female driver suffered minor injuries. She was not charged.

 



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