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Second Victim of Thursday Head-on Identified

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The second 43-year-old man killed in a head-on crash Thursday evening on Highway 93 south of Kalispell, was identified by Flathead authorities.

Sheriff Chuck Curry says Patrick Moulton of Kalispell died of injuries sustained in the crash at the Kalispell regional Medical Center.

Curry says Moulton was the passenger in the Jeep Cherokee driven by Joseph Powell that struck a pick up truck and killed another 43-year-old Kalispell man, Brian Delaney.

Powell now faces two charges of negligent homicide as Montana Highway Patrol Troopers say they suspect alcohol was involved in the crash.

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