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One person was killed and three others injured - two critically - in a head-on crash near Strawberry Reservoir Tuesday. A Ford pickup crossed into oncoming traffic and hit a GMC pickup, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. U.S. Route 40 was very icy and foggy at the time.

HEBER CITY — A Duchesne County man was killed and three others were injured — two critically — in a head-on crash near Strawberry Reservoir Tuesday morning.

About 9 a.m., a Ford pickup pulling a trailer loaded with flooring products lost control on U.S. 40, crossed into oncoming traffic and hit a GMC pickup head-on, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

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The driver of the GMC, Ryan Harvey, 39, of Myton, was killed. A female passenger in the vehicle was taken to a local hospital in serious condition with injuries that were not considered life-threatening, the UHP stated.

Two men in the Ford were flown by medical helicopter to a local hospital in critical conditions, according to the UHP. Because of fog, UHP troopers said helicopters needed to land about 10 miles west of the crash, and ambulances took the men to the helicopters.

Troopers say the road was "very icy" and there were spots of dense fog at the time of the crash. Investigators also say the Ford may have also been going too fast for conditions and had poor tire tread.