Pilot partially ejected, killed in rollover accident in Wyoming


A Wyoming driver was killed and his passenger injured in a single vehicle overturn northeast of Edgerton early Wednesday afternoon, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

The accident happened at around 12:45 p.m. near milepost 111 on Wyoming 387.

The patrol said Anita Iriberry, 75, was heading east when she failed to negotiate a left turn, exited the right side of the freeway and struck the railing before colliding a bridge rail and overturn his van.

Iriberry, who was not wearing her seat belt, was partially ejected at the start of the rollover and was stuck between the pickup and the freeway, according to a crash summary. She died of her injuries.

The Iriberry passenger was also reportedly injured in the crash, but the patrol did not specify to what extent.

The patrol says it’s possible Iriberry fell asleep or had a health problem that contributed to the crash.

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