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Wyoming woman upgraded to serious after weekend crash near Bear Lake

Published July 9, 2013 10:43 am
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A Wyoming woman was upgraded to serious condition Tuesday, three days after she and two other women were injured in a one-vehicle rollover crash near Bear Lake.

The 20-year-old Evanston native was a rear-seat passenger in a southbound 1995 Subaru Outback when it swerved left on Cisco Road Sunday night, over-corrected to the right and went off the road and rolled.

The woman, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected and found underneath one of the vehicle's tires when the Utah Highway Patrol arrived at the scene.

She was taken by helicopter to Ogden Regional Medical Center in critical condition, but was upgraded on Tuesday.

UHP Cpl. Todd Johnson said the 16-year-old driver was treated at Evanston Regional Hospital and released. Another passenger, a 17-year-old girl, had only minor injuries and was not transported. Both of them were wearing seat belts, he said.


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