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Woman Killed in Van Rollover is Identified

Woman Killed in Van Rollover is Identified

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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio This morning we know the name of a driver killed when her van rolled over on I-15 Sunday.

Troopers believe 35-year-old Delta Moreno was on her way to church when she lost control of her van and rolled near 7200 South on I-15.

Nine children were in the van with her. Six of them were ejected. He says one girl is in serious condition. The other injuries were minor.

Trooper Preston Rabin says none of the nine kids were wearing seat belts. Six were ejected. "In this case, it just so happened to be that it was such a powerful force that she was killed on contact."

Michael Chandler saw it happen. "While it was flipping, I saw one of the little boys hanging out of the window," he told KSL.

Parts of the freeway were shut down for medical helicopters. Two children were flown to the hospital. The others were taken by ambulance in serious condition.

Troopers believe Moreno was the only one wearing a seatbelt.

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