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Driver in fatal cement truck rollover identified

WATFORD CITY -- A 42-year-old man who died after the cement truck he was driving crashed and rolled has been identified, according to a North Dakota Highway Patrol report.

WATFORD CITY - A 42-year-old man who died after the cement truck he was driving crashed and rolled has been identified, according to a North Dakota Highway Patrol report.

Damon Miller, of Hebron, died after the truck went onto the shoulder of the road, Miller overcorrected and the truck went into the ditch and rolled.

The crashed happened about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday on N.D. Highway 1806 about 14 miles north of Watford City in McKenzie County.

Miller died at the scene, the report said.

The crash also caused a spill that impacted a pond adjacent to the highway, the North Dakota Department of Health said.

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About 65 gallons of ready-mix concrete, one quart of hydraulic fluid and less than a pint of engine oil were released, the department said.

Health officials have been at the scene and will monitor cleanup of the pond.

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