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Benefit Fund Established for Fatal Accident Families

A benefit fund has been set up for two young Darby men involved in the fatal auto accident last week northeast of Hamilton.

Neacko Smith was killed in the head-on accident the morning of January 9. He was a passenger in the pickup driven by Dalton Roundy, who has undergone brain surgery in Salt Lake City, and is suffering other massive injuries. Smith graduated from Darby High School in 2012 and Roundy graduated in 2011.

A close friend of the two, Christian Hammersmith, has set up a fund for the families of the two men at the Farmers State Bank locations in the valley. You can make donations to the Neacko Smith and Dalton Roundy Benefit fund. If you need more information, call (406) 821-4646.

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