Separate rollover accidents killed two people over the past two days.

A Sandy man was killed early Monday morning when his truck rolled down an embankment and landed on top of him.

The Utah Highway Patrol said the accident happened at 1:25 a.m. on the 900 South onramp to I-15.

"The vehicle entered the ramp at a high rate of speed, lost control, overcorrected and rolled down a hill," UHP spokesman Jeff Nigbur said.

The driver, identified as 34-year-old Dustin Smith, was ejected.

"We looked for him and couldn't find him anywhere," Nigbur said. "Once we got the tow truck there and moved the truck, he was under the truck."

A Denver man was killed in Emery County when the vehicle he was driving rolled on I-70 Sunday night.

The Utah Highway Patrol said the crash happened about 8 p.m. when an eastbound SUV blew a tire.

"It had some tread separation, which caused the vehicle to lose control, and it rolled multiple times," UHP spokesman Jeff Nigbur said.

Troopers said Juan M. Hernandez, 33, died in the crash. Four others in the SUV were taken to local hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to serious. One woman was flown by medical helicopter to a Provo hospital.