MISSOULA — A car went off a curve after passing another vehicle on Interstate 90 near Superior on Thursday night, rolling two times and killing the driver, the Montana Highway Patrol said.
The crash happened about 5 p.m. and closed I-90 for more than four hours as crews treated victims and cleared the wreckage.
The driver, a man from Olympia, Wash., was killed in the crash. His two passengers, also of Olympia, were transported to St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula with injuries that were not life-threatening.
The vehicle was headed east on I-90 when it went off a curve after passing another vehicle. The driver overcorrected, and the car spun around and rolled two times before landing in the westbound lanes, the patrol said.
The death raises Montana's 2006 traffic fatality toll to 112, compared with 108 on June 22, 2005.