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Man Killed in One Vehicle Accident Near Moose Creek

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A 69-year-old truck driver died Sunday morning after authorities say he lost control of the semi-truck he was driving near Moose Creek.

Butte-Silver Bow County Coroner Lee Lebreche says Paul Pack of Alberta died at the scene just after 8:00 a.m.

The Montana Highway Patrol says Pack was driving a 2013 semi-truck northbound on Interstate 15 when the truck drove off the right curb, went through the median, over the bridge deck, and ultimately struck a bridge embankment on the frontage road.

Speed and alcohol were not a factor in this crash, but troopers say Pack was not wearing a seatbelt.

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