A Utah man was among 13 people killed on Arizona highways during the Thanksgiving weekend.

A death Sunday in extreme western Arizona brought to 13 the number killed on Arizona highways since the Wednesday evening start of the Thanksgiving weekend watch, state police said.In a one-car accident Saturday afternoon, a 20-year-old Utah man was killed on I-15 on the Arizona Strip, the state's northwest corner, the state Department of Public Safety said.

The victim was identified as Kurits D. Hadon of Odgen, a public safety officer said.

Hadon's car left the roadway, went over an embankment and landed on its top, the officer said.

The latest Arizona traffic victim died at 1:30 p.m. Sunday when a pickup truck crashed on I-10 near Tonopah, police and firefighters said. The name had not been released by officials.

The Department of Public Safety identified two other people killed in separate accidents on Saturday on U.S. 93 in northwestern Arizona.

Barbara Wagner, 54, of Glendale, was killed in a three-car collision about 25 miles north of Wikieup near the Burro Creek Bridge, and Ernest Floyd Gilmore, 83, of Las Vegas was killed when the car he was driving struck a horse 30 miles northwest of Kingman.

The horse also was killed.

Seven people had died earlier of motor-vehicle injuries.