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Authorities identify driver from July hit-and-run crash

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Authorities identify driver from July hit-and-run crash
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DRAKE -- Authorities have identified the driver of a semi truck from a hit-and-run crash that killed a Texas man July 2 at a highway intersection in rural McHenry County.

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After investigating several leads, the North Dakota Highway Patrol and McHenry County Sheriff’s Office identified the striking vehicle and driver, 54-year-old David Kinney of Cheyenne, Wyo., according to a news release.

Kinney was driving a 2007 Volvo semi truck pulling a trailer containing fracking sand when he struck Carlos Price, 51, of Houston, at U.S. Highway 52 and state Highway 14 about two miles west of Drake.

Price was walking along the highway after the vehicle he was in went off the road and became submerged in water, according to the patrol.

The case has been forwarded to the McHenry County state’s attorney for review.

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Dustin Monke
Monke came to The Dickinson Press in July 2006 as the newspaper's sports editor and was hired as its managing editor in March 2013. During his tenure at The Press, Monke has won multiple awards for sports reporting, feature reporting, column writing, page design and photography. He was a key part of The Press winning the North Dakota Newspaper Association's General Excellence and Sweepstakes awards in 2009 and 2012, and oversaw The Press' Sweepstakes and General Excellence wins 2014. As the newspaper's editor, he writes an occassional Sunday column, contributes feature stories and breaking news, designs pages, and oversees the day-to-day operations of the newsroom and editorial staff.
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