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One killed in I-15 rollover involving family of 6 in Clearfield

First Published May 24 2014 11:18 am • Last Updated May 25 2014 12:24 pm

A Kaysville woman was killed Saturday morning and her husband was critically injured in a rollover crash involving a family of six, the Utah Highway Patrol said.

Michael Riley, 36, was driving a Toyota Sequoia north on Interstate 15 in Clearfield when he lost control at about 7:43 a.m. and struck a concrete barrier in the median, according to the UHP. The vehicle went off the embankment near the 650 North structure and rolled several times.

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Authorities said his wife, Rebecca Riley, 35, who died, was wearing her seat belt with the shoulder strap behind her back, which they cited as a possible factor for her fatal injuries.

Michael Riley was taken by helicopter to McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden with several fractures and was listed in critical condition.

Four children in the vehicle, three girls and a boy ages 6 months old to 8 years old, were buckled up and suffered minor injuries, the UHP said. They were taken by ground ambulance to McKay Dee.

Reporter Michael McFall contributed to this story.


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