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North Dakota man killed in rollover in Stutsman County

The name of a 33-year-old Jamestown man killed Saturday in a Stutsman County rollover is not being released pending the notification of relatives, according to Chad Kaiser, Stutsman County sheriff.

The name of a 33-year-old Jamestown man killed Saturday in a Stutsman County rollover is not being released pending the notification of relatives, according to Chad Kaiser, Stutsman County sheriff.

Kaiser said the rollover happened on gravel roads east of N.D. Highway 20 north of Jamestown Saturday. The vehicle driven by the victim rolled in a slough while it was being followed by units from the Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office.

The accident remains under investigation.

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