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Former Falls City man killed in Lincoln crash

(KLZA)--An early Friday morning single-vehicle crash in northwest Lincoln claimed the life of a former Falls City man.

Lincoln Police identified the victim as 31-year-old Stephen Hundley.

Police say Hundley was driving a SUV that crossed over a curbed median and rolled.  He was thrown and pinned under the vehicle.

Hundley was pronounced dead at the scene.

Another occupant was also ejected from the vehicle. He was taken to a hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

The crash remains under investigation.

Hundley was raised in Falls City and graduated from Falls City High School in 2006.

Funeral services for Hundley will be held Saturday morning 11:00 at the Good News Assembly of God Church, in Falls City.

Among survivors are his parents, Charles and Joyce Hundley, of Falls City.



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