Centerville couple dead after Mirror Lake Highway crash on motorcyle
KAMAS, Summit County — A Centerville couple was killed Saturday after their motorcycle crossed the center line of state Route 150, or the Mirror Lake Highway, and struck a car head on.
The Utah Highway Patrol identified the victims as Ross Bartholomew, 63, and his wife, Patricia Bartholomew, 59, of Centerville.
The accident happened at 2:49 p.m., six miles east of Kamas and forced the closure of the freeway until 5:22 p.m. The two men in the car that was struck were uninjured.
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