• March 07, 2017

Taylor Bryant, Connor Denney Killed, Gage Moore, Tierney DeMille, Daniel McCrary Injured in Accident in Moab, UT

Moab, UT -- A suspected alcohol related incident in the area of Moab, UT took the lives of 14-year-old Taylor Byrant, and 16-year-old Connor Denney, and left Daniel McCrary, 17, Gage Moore, 17, and Tierney DeMille, 14, injured.

The incident happened on La Sal Loop Road around 7:30 a.m.

According to the report, the vehicle was rounding a curve when the incident took place. For reasons unclear, the vehicle failed to negotiate the curve, rolling several times. Taylor Bryant and Connor Denney were killed in the incident. Mr. McCrary was thrown from the vehicle and was last listed in critical condition.

Mr's Moore and DeMille were critically injured as well.

The exact cause of the incident is unclear, but police say they believe alcohol may have been a factor.

The official investigation is ongoing and may reveal more details as it concludes.

The preliminary press release provided no further information.

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