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Man killed in weekend crash identified

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TOWNSEND - Authorities on Monday released the name of a Billings man who died in a two-vehicle crash over the weekend.

Tanner Moe, 37, was killed Saturday when two pickups hit head-on on Highway 287 south of Townsend.

Moe died at the scene. Four occupants of the other truck were injured and taken to a hospital. Their names were not released.

 The cause of the crash remains under investigation. 

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