CORINNE, Utah — The Latest on a fatal dirt bike crash in northern Utah (all times local):
Authorities say a second teenager has died from a New Years’ Eve crash where two dirt bikes collided head-on.
The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office says a 14-year-old riding a dirt bike died after he arrived at a Salt Lake City hospital. A 15-year-old riding on another bike died at the scene.
A 16-year-old passenger on one of the bikes was hospitalized in stable condition.
Deputies say the three teens were riding the bikes on a farm access road in the northern Utah city of Corinne on Sunday night.
The sheriff’s office says the motorcycles don’t have lights.
Utah sheriff’s deputies are investigating a dirt bike crash that killed one teenage boy and injured two others.
The Box Elder County Sheriff’s Office says three teens ages 14, 15 and 16 were riding dirt bikes on a farm access road in the northern Utah city of Corinne on Sunday night.
The sheriff’s office says two teens were on one bike and the third teen was on another bike when both bikes hit head-on.
Deputies say at least two of the teens were wearing helmets but the crash killed one of the youths and left the two others with serious injuries.
The sheriff’s office did not have additional details on the teens but say there was no immediate evidence that the boys were impaired at the time of the crash.