BOZEMAN – An accident took the life of a man after he rolled his vehicle on Norris Road.
Montana Highway Patrol Sergeant Patrick McLaughlin says the driver was headed eastbound on Norris Road heading into Bozeman when he failed to negotiate a bend in the road and over-corrected.
This caused his commercial vehicle to roll near the intersection of Norris Road and Madison Road. McLaughlin said the preliminary investigation revealed the driver was not wearing a seatbelt. He also said speed and alcohol are not suspected in the accident.
The name of the man who died has not been released. No other people were involved in the single-vehicle crash.