A Provo woman is dead following a fire in a mobile home park Saturday morning.

Darlene Boyd, 48, was pronounced dead at the scene of the fire from injuries suffered when she attempted to go back into the burning home, 1375 W. 500 North, No. 94, said Provo Police Sgt. Brad Leatham.Leatham said at approximately 1 a.m., one of the residents in the mobile home awoke to fix breakfast, and opened the oven, which was filled with grease. "Evidently, I guess he was fixing a steak, opened the oven, and out came a fireball or something like it."

Flames quickly consumed the home, though the man woke up other residents to evacuate the structure, Leatham said. "For whatever reason, the victim went back in the home, and her body was found outside later."

Provo firefighters were unable to extinguish the fire before it consumed the whole home. However, crews were able to keep the fire contained to just one structure.

An investigation is continuing, but so far officials say there is nothing suspicious, Leatham said.Car hits, kills woman PROVO - A Provo woman is dead following an auto-pedestrian collision Thursday evening.

Killed in the accident was:

Ethel M. Jacob, 75, 1937 W. Center.

According to dispatchers, Jacob was attempting to cross the street near Clark's Market, 1970 W. Center, when she was struck by a vehicle driven by Michael Pauole, 1565 N. University Ave., at approximately 7:15 p.m.

Jacob was taken to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, where she died of injuries sustained in the accident.2 arrested after chase LEHI - Two 14-year-old boys from the Kamas area are in custody in the Utah County Detention Center after leading law enforcement officials on a 20-minute high-speed chase throughout Utah County Thursday night.

According to Lehi Police Department Sgt. Chad Smith, a car that had the keys left in the ignition was stolen and driven throughout Salt Lake County before stopping in Lehi.

Lehi Police officer Jim Munson spotted the two running a stop sign in the city, and attempted to apprehend them around 9:40 p.m. The two then headed south onto I-15, reaching speeds in excess of 100 mph, Smith said.

Utah County Sheriff's Department and Utah Highway Patrol officials then joined the chase, and set up tire rippers near the Payson off-ramp, diverting traffic around the hazard.

At approximately 10 p.m., the car struck the rippers, which pierced the right front tire. The two boys were taken into custody and charged with felony evasion and possession of stolen property. Car theft charges are pending in Kamas, Smith said.S.L. firm named in suit PHOENIX (AP) - Security Pacific Bank has sued the Ernst & Young accounting organization and a Salt Lake company over $42.5 million in loans to a Scottsdale leasing firm.

In a complaint filed Wednesday in Maricopa County Superior Court, the bank alleges that the money it lent to General Leasing Co. under a 1988 credit agreement was based on "reckless" and "misleading" financial statements prepared by Ernst & Young.

Gene Erbstoesser, associate general counsel of Ernst & Young, declined to comment on the suit, which also named Steiner Corp. of Salt Lake, General Leasing's parent company, as a defendant.

General Leasing President John G. Sinodis said Security Pacific is one of the company's three major lenders."