Friday, June 6, 2014

Inkom woman injured in rollover

Details unclear in accident west of Carey


By TERRY SMITH
Express Staff Writer

    A 19-year-old Inkom woman was transported with non-life-threatening injuries to St. Luke’s Wood River hospital following a single-vehicle rollover early Sunday morning on U.S. Highway 20 at Queen’s Crown hill just west of Carey.
    Blaine County Sheriff Gene Ramsey identified the woman as Kyli Frayer, who suffered head and facial lacerations and a broken collar bone. Ramsey said Thursday that details of the accident were still being investigated but that Frayer is believed to have been the driver.
    Ramsey said the accident was reported at 1:35 a.m. but no one was at the scene of the crash when police and emergency vehicles arrived. He said Frayer was later found at the Silver Creek Convenience Store in Picabo and was transported from there to the hospital by Wood River Fire and Rescue ambulance.
    Ramsey said as many as four other people may have been in the vehicle, a silver 2003 Nissan Sentra. There were no reports of any other injuries.
    The sheriff said Frayer reported that she was sleeping in the back seat of the vehicle when the accident occurred. However, investigators allege that she was the driver because she was seen driving the vehicle when it left Hailey earlier that night.




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