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Utah man dies in I-70 motorcycle crash
First Published Jun 30 2014 02:32 pm • Last Updated Jun 30 2014 10:18 pm

A 74-year-old Kanab man died Sunday when he crashed his motorcycle on Interstate 70 in Sevier County, the Utah Highway Patrol reported Monday.

Carl D. Potter was riding west at about 6 p.m. when, for unknown reasons, he went off the road about 13 miles east of Salina, the UHP reported.

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Potter was reported dead by an emergency medical technician who was traveling in the area.

The cause of the crash remained under investigation, the UHP reported.

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