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Sanpete County man still critical after head-on crash

First Published Nov 20 2013 01:03 pm • Last Updated Nov 22 2013 12:00 pm

The Utah Highway Patrol said a 19-year-old Sanpete County man remained in critical condition Wednesday, two days after a head-on collision.

UHP Sgt. Todd Royce said there had been no change in the status of Brady Kyle Simons, who remained at an unspecified hospital after being evacuated from the crash site Monday morning by medical helicopter. He was in intensive care.

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The 7 a.m. Monday crash killed Kay Marie Matthews, 42. She was driving northbound on U.S. 89, three miles north of Gunnison, when she struck a deer carcass and lost control of her car. Matthews’ vehicle crossed the center line and collided with the Toyota driven by Simons.

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