MORGAN — A 36-year-old Wyoming woman died when she lost control of her vehicle and rolled into another car on Interstate 84.
Kanwar Javez, of Evanston, was driving her Jeep Liberty east in the inside lane of I-84 about 5:30 p.m. Wednesday near Mile Marker 98, said Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Todd Johnson.
Javez lost control of the vehicle, which traveled through the center median and rolled. The Jeep then struck a Toyota Camry that had been driving west in the inside lane.
Inside the Camry were brothers Chace and Mitchell Wamsley, 21 and 14, from Mountain Green.
Chace Wamsley was driving, Johnson said.
Javez, who was wearing a seat belt, died at the scene.
Neither of the Wamsleys was wearing a seat belt when the collision occurred. Chace was taken to McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden in stable condition, while Mitchell was treated at the hospital for less serious injuries and was released.
Johnson said it appears Javez may have become distracted before she lost control, and it is not believed that drugs or alcohol contributed to the accident.