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Man Killed in Rollover Crash in Powell

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One man was killed and three others injured in a wreck in Powell this weekend. A spokesperson for the Park County Wyoming Sheriff's Office says 25-year old Matthew McNamara of Cody, died at the scene. Lance Mathess says the crash was reported around 4:00pm Sunday.

He says McNamara was driving a 2002 Mercury Sedan eastbound in the 2100 block of Lane 13 ½, when he lost control on a curve, went into the oncoming lane, over corrected, slid sideways and rolled off of the road. McNamara was partially thrown from the car. Investigators say he was going too fast. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash.

His passengers, all from Powell, were taken to the hospital. Two of them were flown to St. Vincent Healthcare in Billings. Their conditions are unknown. The third was treated and released.

 

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