Kenneth Harding, Frances Harding and Patricia Storm Killed in Head-On Crash on U.S. 191 near Monticello


Kenneth Harding, Frances Harding and Patricia Storm Killed in Head-On Crash on U.S. 191 near Monticello

Kenneth Harding, Frances Harding and Patricia Storm Killed in Monticello Car Crash on U.S. 191

Monticello, Utah (August 28, 2019) – Three people were killed early this month in a head-on collision near Monticello, according to the UHP.

The fatal crash occurred on August 3, on U.S. 191.

UHP said a 2019 Ford F-150 pickup truck crossed for an unknown reason into oncoming traffic and crashed head-on into a 1999 Ford Expedition towing a boat.

Kenneth Harding, 75, and Frances Harding, 73, of Goodman, Arizona, who were in the SUV, were killed in the crash.

Patricia Storm, 68, of Minot, North Dakota, who was a passenger in the pickup truck, was also killed.

The truck driver was airlifted to a Colorado hospital in critical condition.

All the victims were wearing seat belts.

Investigators are trying to determine if the driver of the F-150 suffered a medical condition, or if her driving was affected because of medicine she took due to that medical condition. The driver said that she has a history of having seizures and takes Klonopin when she feels a seizure coming on.

The crash remains under investigation.

We pass our sincere condolences to the family and friends of Kenneth Harding, Frances Harding, and Patricia Storm.

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