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Authorities identify 2 people killed in crash near Custer

CUSTER (AP) -- Authorities have identified two people who died in a one-vehicle crash near Custer. The Highway Patrol says 21-year-old Jeffrey Little, of Rapid City, lost control of the minivan he was driving on U.S. Highway 16A on Tuesday evenin...

CUSTER (AP) - Authorities have identified two people who died in a one-vehicle crash near Custer.

The Highway Patrol says 21-year-old Jeffrey Little, of Rapid City, lost control of the minivan he was driving on U.S. Highway 16A on Tuesday evening and the vehicle went in the ditch.

Little and 26-year-old passenger Bessie TwoBulls, of Redshirt, were pronounced dead at the scene about 8.5 miles east of Custer.

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