The victims names have been released by the Gallatin County Coroner. 24-year-old Jada Krusniak of Big Sky and 54-year-old William Oldroyd of West Yellowstone were the victims in the two vehicle crash earlier this morning.
19-year-old Michael Pfertsch, a Twin Bridges High School student, was killed early Sunday morning in a car accident. Michael was riding in a truck bed after a bonfire, when the truck veered off the road and rolled. Two males and two females were in the front of the single-cab truck, and sustained non-life threatening injuries...
Very sad news to report this afternoon - a 44-year-old Bozeman woman is dead after a car accident on Cottonwood and Stucky this morning. Her 7-year-old child was severely injured and is at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital.
Brandon Wright, the 21-year-old student whose life was saved when a group of strangers pulled him from beneath a burning car, is in recovery at a Murray, Utah hospital, ‘Today‘ reports. His saviors, whose brave rescue was caught on camera in a video that went viral yesterday, spoke about the experience to the press.
Let this video of a motorcyclist crashing at top speed into a passing truck be a lesson to all drivers: Motorcycles are dangerous, riders should always wear a helmet and Ryan Gosling probably won’t be around to smooth things over when the two drivers meet. Despite the severity of the crash (which shatters the motorcycle in question), its rider miraculously gets up and walks it off.