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Haskell graduate and daughter killed in car crash


Daryl Dewayne Jack, a 2000 graduate of Haskell Indian Nations University, was killed in a car crash in Idaho that also claimed the life of his 4-year-old daughter, Maliah.

The accident occurred on August 10 near Butte, Montana. The Jack family was on their way home to the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho from a powwow on the Rocky Boy's Reservation in Montana. Jack was a well known fancy dancer.

Jack’s wife, Willow, his son, Nakeezaka, and Willow’s sister, Lela Abrahamson, were injured in the accident.

A relief fund has been set up to help the family with medical bills. Donations can be sent to the Pocatello Railroad Federal Credit Union, account number 713873; or to the Jacks, P.O. Box 208, Fort Hall, Idaho 83203.

Get the Story:
Haskell graduate killed in vehicle wreck (The Lawrence Journal-World 8/16)
Fort Hall man dies in hospital after crash (The Idaho State Journal 8/13)