Montana man killed in ATV crash, speed and alcohol likely factors

(MTN News Photo)


Another crash on a Montana roadway claimed a life early Saturday morning.

Montana Highway Patrol reports a 24-year-old man on an ATV slammed into a tree shortly after midnight.

The crash occurred west of White Sulphur Springs along U.S. Highway 12.

According to MHP, the man was northbound on Spring Creek Road.

He was unable to navigate a turn causing him to drift off the road and strike a tree.

MHP said alcohol and speed are likely factors in the crash.

The man, who was not identified but a Montanan, was pronounced dead on the scene.

He is the 70th death on Montana roadways this year.

To read the full story, visit KTVQ's website.

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