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Deadly crash blocks portion of Highway 95, passenger taken to hospital

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BONNERS FERRY, Idaho -

A Bonners Ferry man has died after Idaho State Police say he lost control of his truck on Highway 95. 

49-year-old John A Crump was traveling southbound when he lost control of his 1984 Ford 700 truck near milepost 508.5.

Police say Crump died on the scene and was not wearing his seat belt. 

His passenger, 48-year-old Ronald Erickson was transported to Boundary Community Hospital. 

The highway was blocked for about 3 hours. 

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