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Authorities identify man who died in rollover near Deadwood

DEADWOOD (AP) -- The South Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a man who died in a single-vehicle crash in Lawrence County. The patrol says 49-year-old Michael Manderfeld, of Lead, was driving a pickup truck that went out of control on U.S. High...

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DEADWOOD (AP) - The South Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a man who died in a single-vehicle crash in Lawrence County.

The patrol says 49-year-old Michael Manderfeld, of Lead, was driving a pickup truck that went out of control on U.S. Highway 385 and rolled several times about 4 miles south of Deadwood. The crash scene was discovered Tuesday morning.

Authorities say Manderfeld was ejected from the vehicle. He was not wearing a seat belt.

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