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Accidents leave three people dead

Accidents leave three people dead



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(KSL News) It was a deadly weekend on Utah roads. Three men died in three accidents.

In Bountiful, 27-year-old David Saunders died on impact when his car crashed into a concrete barrier on I-15. Troopers say he was not wearing a seat belt. Alcohol may have been involved.

Salt Lake County resident Juan Meza Naranjo died when the SUV he was driving rolled near Wendover. Utah Highway Patrol troopers say he fell asleep at the wheel and awoke when he went off the road. It appears as if he overcorrected twice before rolling.

Drowsy driving may have killed a Kearns man yesterday. Pedro Castillo rolled his car several times on I-80 near Tooele after overcorrecting.

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