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Identities Released in Fatal Crashes

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The identity of the victim of a fatal accident in Minot early Sunday morning has been released.

Minot Police report 49-year-old Robert Morrison of Westhope died in a head-on collision at about 1am Sunday.

Morrison was one of three people taken to Trinity Hospital after the crash that happened at the 42-hundred block of North Broadway, near the EconoLodge.

The accident is still under investigation.

Another victim in a fatal accident in the area has been identified.

The Highway Patrol reports Gary Yarbrough of Roseburg, Oregon was killed in an accident west of Trenton on Saturday night.

The accident was the culmination of a chase that began after a deputy pulled over Yarbrough's pickup after reports that he was harassing construction workers.

The Patrol reports Yarbrough fled and led officers on a chase that ended when he rolled his truck and hit a semi.

Yarbrough was dead at the scene of the accident.

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