One killed, another in critical condition after Morgan County accident

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MORGAN COUNTY, Utah – An overnight rollover accident in Morgan County killed one person and left another in critical condition.

The Utah Highway Patrol said the car was driving southbound at Trappers Loop, State Road 167, when it rolled. Morgan County rollover 2

Troopers said the accident threw the driver and one of the backseat passengers from the car.

Authorities said they were flown to an Ogden hospital but the passenger didn’t make it.

The 20-year-old driver is in critical condition with severe head injuries.

Three other people in the car suffered minor injuries.

According to patrolmen, speed played a role in the accident.

Officials said the two thrown from the car were not wearing seat belts.

Officials said all passengers in the car were between 18 and 20 years old.

Their identities have not been confirmed at this time.


  • jwlzzz

    SEATBELTS…… My kids are told if they get caught not wearing their seat belts they can kiss their cars goodbye and plan on not being allowed to go anywhere with friends unless their mother gives everyone the talk. Don’t be stupid it’s really not that hard………

  • crystal pierce

    My son was one of those involved in this accident and luckily he was wearing his seatbelt. My heart goes out to the family of the 2 who were lost in this tragic accident and to the friends of all involved as well. They are lost but will always be remembered just as the tragic loss of the friend earlier this month who was hit by 2 vehicles. They all will be remembered and were all loved and touched many lives in the short time they were here.

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