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SR-24 accident kills three, injures four victims in tragic single vehicle rollover


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Emery County emergency medical personnel deliver accident survivors to Castleview Hospital late Sunday night. According to Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Cameron Roden, a Ford Excursion traveling northbound on Utah State Road 24 lost control of its trailer and rolled several times, killing the driver and two of the vehicle’s passengers. The driver of the vehicle, Darren J. Westerfield, 48 of Murray, along with Tyler Keep, 15, of Murray, and Alisa Keep, 8, of Murray were all pronounced dead at the scene near mile marker 146. Roden further stated that the other four passengers riding in the vehicle were transported to Castleview Hospital and treated for moderate injuries.

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