Logan coffee company owner dies after crash

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MILLVILLE, Utah (AP) — The co-owner of a Logan coffee company has died from injuries suffered in an accident involving a suspected drunken driver.

Police say 68-year-old Randy Wirth died Saturday from injuries suffered in a three-vehicle collision Thursday in his hometown of Millville.

Cache County sheriff's investigators plan to pursue a negligent homicide charge against 40-year-old Alvin Henson of Millville, who's accused of driving under the influence.

Deputies say Henson's pickup truck collided with a car, and somehow Wirth also was struck while riding his motorcycle.

Investigators say no one saw the motorcycle and they still don't know how Wirth became involved in the accident.

Wirth co-owned Caffe Ibis Coffee Roasting Co. with his wife, Sally Sears.

The company operates a Logan coffee shop and sells packaged coffee in grocery stores across Utah.

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