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I-29 SUV Rollover Kills Missouri Man

August 6, 2012, 9:37 AM

I-29 SUV Rollover Kills Missouri Man

A single-vehicle rollover crash on Interstate 29 north of the Canton exit killed a St. Louis man Sunday night.

The Highway Patrol says 25-year-old Devlin Reid was one of six men riding in the SUV when it blew a tire and the driver lost control.  That sent the SUV into the ditch where it rolled.

Reid was not wearing a set belt and was thrown from the vehicle.  He and two others were airlifted to the hospital where he died.  Twenty-five-year-old Michael Hayes and 22-year-old Keith Huggins, both also of St. Louis, were injured. Their conditions have not been released.

The six men all work for a company in Platte City, Missouri.  They were traveling to Sioux Falls for work.

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