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Deadly Pickup Plunge Into Rapid Creek

February 15, 2014, 7:11 AM by Perry Groten

Deadly Pickup Plunge Into Rapid Creek

A Rapid City man died Friday one day after he was involved in a crash that sent a pickup into Rapid Creek.

27-year-old Donald Vannorman was a passenger in the pickup that his wife, Sara Christine Keyte, was driving.

The highway patrol says Keyte lost control on Highway 44 west of Rapid City.   The truck dropped off the embankment into Rapid Creek, ejecting Vannorman.

Keyte told investigators she removed her seat belt to leave the vehicle to look for Vannorman.

He was taken to a Rapid City hospital where he later died.

Keyte suffered minor injuries.

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