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One dead in fiery crash on Ute reservation

First Published Aug 07 2014 08:14 am • Last Updated Aug 07 2014 01:24 pm

Public safety dispatchers confirm the fiery crash of a car early Thursday morning on eastern Utah’s Ute Indian Reservation claimed one life.

The crash, near Whiterocks in Uintah County, occurred just after midnight when the car reportedly crashed into a tree outside a home.

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The sheriff’s office, tribal police and the Bureau of Indian Affairs were jointly investigating the crash, but no other details — including the identity of the victim — were immediately available.


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