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(Duchesne-AP) -- Labor Day weekend turned fatal for three motorists.
A two year old Denver girl died after the driver of the S-U-V she was in fell asleep, overcorrected, and flipped the vehicle.
22-year old Steven Lawrence Potter was killed when he was driving his pick-up outside Duchesne.
Police say he went off the road and rolled the vehicle.
35-year old Frederick James Cornpeach died after hitting a horse with his vehicle in Uintah County and driving off the road.
He was not wearing a seatbelt.
Police say all three were out of towners.
The Utah Highway Patrol says the same number of deaths were reported last Labor Day weekend.
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