Passenger killed in Two Medicine rollover

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Lower Two Medicine Lake as seen from the air in this file photo.

A passenger in one one-vehicle rollover on Glacier National Park’s Two Medicine Road died Wednesday (June 12) about midnight.

One passenger, 40-year-old Paul Cadotte of Starr School, was found deceased on scene and another passenger was injured and required hospitalization, the park said in a release. Alcohol is believed to be a contributing factor in the crash. Not all individuals were wearing seatbelts. The driver, Leo J. Hagan, 19, of East Glacier Park did not require advanced medical treatment, the park said.

He has been charged with DUI and further charges are pending.

All the parties involved in the accident were Montana residents from adjacent local communities.

The investigation is ongoing. The park expects to release additional information about the incident and the people involved in cooperation with the Assistant U.S. Attorney in the near future.

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