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Butte Man Dies Before Causing Car Accident

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The Butte-Silver Bow County Coroner's office confirmed a Butte man died of heart complications while driving on Interstate 15 on Sunday afternoon.

Lawrence Henderson, 73, was driving on the interstate with his wife when his heart stopped.

Henderson lost control of the pickup truck, and the automobile drove into the median.

Henderson was pronounced dead, while his wife was transported to St. James Healthcare in Butte.

 

 

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