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Colorado man dies in rollover near Blanding

Published March 28, 2012 12:11 pm
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A Colorado man died Monday when his vehicle rolled down a ravine on State Road 95, about 20 miles west of Blanding, the Utah Highway Patrol reported.

Keyvin Snowberger, age 31, from Egnar, Colo., was dead at the scene of 7 a.m. crash.

Snowberger's vehicle was westbound when he missed a slight curve on a downhill grade. His 2000 Ford Explorer crossed the center line, traveled straight through the curve and continued off the roadway and into some rocks, the UHP reported.

The vehicle then began to roll and Snowberger — the only occupant — was ejected before the vehicle rolled off of the rocks and landed upside down in the ravine.

Snowberger was not wearing a seat belt, the UHP reported.





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