Two people have died of injuries suffered in separate auto accidents. The victims were:

Rosa C. Croshaw, 76, Logan.Alfred Midget, 79, Brigham City.

Croshaw died early Monday morning when the car her 19-year-old granddaughter was driving collided with another vehicle.

The accident occurred about 7 a.m. about 10 miles up Wellsville Canyon on U.S. 89/91, said Utah Highway Patrol trooper Robert Mouritsen.

The driver of the vehicle, identified as Cristin Croshaw, of Springville, was in critical condition Tuesday in LDS Hospital. She was northbound when she lost control of the car, which slid into the path of a southbound vehicle driven by Ellen Little, 37, of Clinton, Davis County.

Little was in satisfactory condition in Logan Regional Hospital, where she was being treated for a leg injury, a nursing supervisor said.

Midget, who was injured recently in an accident in Salt Lake City, died Monday night in University Hospital.

He suffered multiple injuries when his car, northbound on Beck Street, collided with a southbound pickup truck driven by Robert K. Mangum, 38, of Salt Lake City.

Mangum, who was attempting a left-hand turn at 1886 N. Beck, also was injured. He was in satisfactory condition Tuesday at LDS Hospital.