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Patrol says 2 Scottsbluff residents killed in Interstate 80 crash in western Nebraska


BUSHNELL, Nebraska — Two people are dead following the crash of a sport utility vehicle on Interstate 80 near Bushnell in western Nebraska.

The Nebraska State Patrol says the crash happened Thursday night near the Bushnell exit in Kimball County when the eastbound SUV went into the median, became airborne and hit an overpass concrete barrier.

The patrol says the crash killed the driver, 57-year-old Kelly Rose of Scottsbluff, and a passenger, 64-year-old Forrest Rose, of Scottsbluff.

Investigators say neither was wearing a seat belt. They died at the scene.

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