PRICE -- Crews rescued a Layton couple and their grandson from the Price River early Friday morning.
A pickup truck towing a trailer with ATVs driven by John Dunkley, 65, was going east on U.S. Route 6 about 12:10 a.m. when Dunkley apparently fell asleep and crossed over the oncoming lane and plunged into the river, Utah Highway Patrol troopers said.
His wife, Kathleen Dunkley, 62, and a 7-year-old grandson were passengers.
All three were rescued by UHP, Carbon County Sheriff's Department and emergency personnel from Price and Helper. They were taken to Castleview Hospital for treatment for minor injuries and hypothermia.