A motorcyclist died Monday in Ogden of injuries suffered in a collision with a car, while a Provo man died after his vehicle rolled near Las Vegas.
Meanwhile, Phoenix police report a Sandy woman was killed Sunday when she was ejected from the truck in which she was riding.KILLED:
Donald L. Morrison, 19, Ogden.
David N. Jackson, 32, Provo.
Sherrie Ann Rotz, 19, Sandy.
Ogden Police Cpl. Ron Gardiner said Morrison died at McKay-Dee Hospital less than a half-hour after the accident at 9:45 p.m. Sunday.
Sherry A. Haupt, 19, South Ogden, a passenger on the motorcycle, remained in critical condition at St. Benedict's hospital, a spokeswoman said.
The driver of the car, Perdetia W. Coleman, 63, of Ogden, and her passenger, Bradley A. Coleman, 2, of North Ogden, were treated for glass cuts and released from McKay-Dee Hospital, Gardiner said.
Gardiner said the motorcycle and car collided on Canyon Road as Coleman was making a left turn. Morrison and Haupt were thrown from the motorcylcle, he said.
Gardiner said Coleman told him she saw a car in the westbound inside lane but did not see the motorcycle.
The Nevada Highway Patrol said Jackson died his vehicle drifted off the roadway and struck a post and a culvert. The vehicle then overturned and the driver and a passenger, Richard Peck, 21, was also ejected. Peck was in serious condition at Humana Hospital Sunrise in Las Vegas.
Phoenix police reported that Rotz was killed Sunday when she was ejected from a pickup in which she was riding. The vehicle, driven by her husband, Robert Rotz, was struck by a car in a Phoenix intersection, police reported. The Rotz vehicle rolled and Sherrie Ann Rotz was ejected. She was declared dead at the scene.
Five others were injured in the accident and taken to two area hospitals. Robert Rotz was listed in serious condition Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center.