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2 men killed, 1 hurt in rollover in North Dakota

STANLEY (AP) -- Two men have been killed and a third injured in a rollover crash south of Stanley, in northwest North Dakota today. The North Dakota Highway Patrol identified the dead men as 38-year-old Ralph Bell III of Banner, Wyo., and 48-year...

STANLEY (AP) -- Two men have been killed and a third injured in a rollover crash south of Stanley, in northwest North Dakota today.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol identified the dead men as 38-year-old Ralph Bell III of Banner, Wyo., and 48-year-old James Graham III of Waynesboro, Miss. The injured man was 23-year-old David Clawson of Emigrant, Mont.

The patrol says Bell lost control of the pickup while negotiating a curve and the vehicle went into a ditch and rolled. The crash happened on North Dakota Highway 8, 21 miles south of Stanley.

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