Three Utahns were killed in separate accidents over the weekend.
Killed:David R. Turner, 53, North Ogden.
Jennifer Holsinger, 15, Ogden.
Travis Wareham, 15, Green River.
Turner was trying to get out of the way of a fire truck when he apparently lost control of his car and it smashed into the oncoming truck about 5:14 p.m. Saturday. He was alone in his car, which was traveling north on U-166 in Huntsville.
None of the men on the fire truck was injured, a Utah Highway Patrol dispatcher said.
Holsinger died in a car-motorcycle collision Sunday afternoon at the intersection of 36th Street and Madison Avenue in South Ogden.
She was pronounced dead at McKay-Dee Hospital. Holsinger, a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Anthony Borges, 20, also of Ogden, was not wearing a helmet. Borges was in serious but stable condition at the hospital Monday morning.
A vehicle driven by a South Ogden man collided with the motorcycle when the vehicle attempted to turn left. The man was uninjured.
Also Sunday, Wareham was killed in a rollover on I-70, about 6 miles east of Crescent Junction.
The youth was a passenger in a car diven by his older brother, 18-year-old Curtis B. Wareham. The UHP report said the car swerved left, overcorrected and rolled four times. Both youths were airlifted to St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo. The elder Wareham was listed in serious condition Monday.