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BYU Student Killed Trying To Give Emergency Aid

BYU Student Killed Trying To Give Emergency Aid



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(KSL News) -- A BYU student is dead after trying to give emergency aid in an accident.

A white Chevy Cavalier hit a traffic sign on southbound I-15 near 2400 south this morning and then hit a retaining wall.

22-year-old Ammon Gladwell ran across the freeway to help but he was hit by a Ford Explorer.

He died at the scene and two others were injured.

Cavalier Driver

  • 23-year-old Alvaro Medina
  • Police looking for information about red Jetta at the scene
  • Call UHP (801) 244-4704

The driver of the Cavalier fled the scene but later turned himself in. Police want to talk with two women in a red Jetta who helped him escape.

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