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CROOK COUNTY, OR --  One person was killed in a crash in southern Crook County, late Saturday night. Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to Southeast Bear Creek Road, about 50 miles south of Prineville, just before midnight.

 

Investigators say two people were riding in the bed of an F-350 pickup  when the driver lost control and rolled the truck. Both people were thrown from the bed; one was pronounced dead at the scene.
 
The sheriff's office says alcohol and speed are believed to be contributing factors in the crash. 
 
UPDATE: Crook County officials released the identity Monday of the person killed in a crash in southern Crook County late Saturday night. Investigators say 30-year old Cayle Krebs of Ione, Oregon was riding with another person in the bed of an F-350 pickup when the driver lost control and rolled the truck. Krebs was pronounced dead at the scene.
 
The Sheriff's Office says alcohol and speed are believed to be factors in the crash. No charges have been filed and the investigation continues. 

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