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Sagle man killed in crash on Long Bridge in Sandpoint

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 15, 2014

From staff reports
A Sagle man was killed early Friday in a two-vehicle collision on the Long Bridge, just south of Sandpoint, on U.S. Highway 95. Harrison W. Reasor, 20, was headed north across the bridge around 5:30 a.m. when his Ford F250 pickup entered the southbound lane, a news release from the Idaho State Police said. The truck collided with a Freightliner semi tractor trailer driven by Gurenderpal S. Dhillon, 44, of Saskatchewan, Alberta. Reasor died at the scene. Dhillon was not injured. Both men were wearing seat belts, the release said. The road was blocked for about five hours.
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