Summer is the deadliest season on Montana highways. More fatal motor vehicle crashes occur in the warm, busy travel season than on snowpacked and icy winter roads.
Tony Lee Costin has been identified as the 51-year-old Shepherd man who died after the motorcycle he was driving collided with a deer at the intersection of Old Highway 312 and Dover Road at about 1:20 a.m. Saturday, according to the Montana Highway Patrol.
The start of a new school year brings new safety concerns along our city streets and rural roads. Children and teens suddenly are in different places at different times of the day than they have been all summer.
If 116 Montanans had been killed in a single incident, that terrible loss would have riveted public attention on what went wrong and how to prevent such tragedy from ever happening again.
A woman in a silver passenger car reportedly drove off the Rims east of Swords Park early Saturday evening.
Montanans have been driving more this year and the big summer travel season hasn’t even started yet.
One man was killed and another was injured Tuesday in a two-vehicle accident five miles west of Great Falls.
CASPER — Two men were killed and one injured when their car rolled off the road in Natrona County.
A three-vehicle accident slowed traffic Thursday on Central Avenue and Foster Lane shortly after 5:40 p.m.
A passenger was injured and the driver fled the scene of a single-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon in Lockwood.
A 51-year-old Cody, Wyo., man was killed Saturday evening after a crash involving a semitrailer and a pickup truck in Carbon County.
Traffic was blocked at the intersection of North 28th Avenue and Sixth Avenue North after a two-vehicle collision involving a U.S. Postal Service truck and a minivan.
A three-vehicle accident Tuesday night sent a Billings girl to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
A 33-year-old billings woman was taken to the hospital with minor injuries Tuesday afternoon after a two-vehicle accident in a downtown neighborhood.
Update: 6:40 p.m. Traffic has re-opened to southbound traffic on Main Street.
A two-vehicle accident closed eastbound traffic Thursday night on King Avenue West between South 29th and 28th Streets in front of Home Depot.
A 60-year-old man driving a Ford F-250 pickup died in a crash Friday night at the intersection of Shepherd Acton Road and Highway 87, about eight miles north of Billings.
A two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Moore Lane and Central Avenue has slowed eastbound traffic on Central Avenue on Tuesday for about one hour.
The Billings Fire Department, Billings Police Department and American Medical Response crews responded to a two-vehicle accident on Saturday afternoon at about 3:40 at the intersection of Fourth Avenue North and North 13th Street.
A 24-year-old Billings woman fled from the scene of a two-vehicle accident in the Heights while her two passengers were transported to the hospital Thursday evening.