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3 killed in Idaho wreck



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GENEVA, Idaho -- Three people died in a one-vehicle rollover near the Idaho-Wyoming border on Sunday.

Idaho State Police say it happened at 4:18 p.m. on U.S. 89 at milepost 42 near Geneva.

An 18-year-old woman from Montpelier, Idaho -- identified as Sarah Wilson -- was northbound when the vehicle she was driving left the roadway on the right shoulder. It returned to the road and rolled, landing on its top off of the left shoulder.

Wilson and two of four people in the car, Abigail Bond, 26, of Columbia, S.C. and Heather Wilson, 10, were ejected.

The other occupants, Allissa Messenger, age 2 months, and Hailey Messenger, age 6, were not ejected. Allissa Messenger died from her injuries. Sarah Wilson and Abigail Bond also died.

Heather Wilson was flown to Primary Children's Hospital with serious injuries. Hailey Messenger was taken to Cache Valley Specialty Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Idaho State Police say they don't know yet what caused the crash.

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