Infant killed in Cedar City crash identified

Infant killed in Cedar City crash identified

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CEDAR CITY -- Police have released the name of the infant killed when a garbage truck rolled onto a passenger van in Cedar City Monday afternoon.

Police say evidence collected at the scene coupled with witness statements indicate the garbage truck was traveling west through the 3000 N. Main intersection about 12:30 p.m. when it struck the van, which was southbound on State Route 130 at North Main Street. The truck rolled onto its side.

Police say 9-month-old Angellee Stubbs, who was in the van, died of injuries sustained in the accident. The van's driver, an 11-year-old boy and two 2-year-old boys also riding in the van were critically injured.

The driver and the 11-year-old are now listed in critical but stable condition at Valley View Medical Center.

The two 2-year-old boys are in stable condition.

Both men in the garbage truck also were injured and transported to the hospital, but have since been released.

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