CACHE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4 News) – The 18-year-old woman killed in a rollover in Cache County has been identified by authorities.
In a press release issued by Cache County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to 2600 West 1800 South in the College Ward/ Young Ward area of the county at around 8 p.m. on Wednesday night.
An individual was in the area checking on his livestock when he noticed a vehicle was upside down and partially sticking out of a pond. The man called 911 and using a backhoe was able to remove the car from the pond.
Haley Bury of Wellsville was found deceased inside the vehicle.
Deputies said the incident appears to be an accident, but there is still an active investigation being conducted by the combined efforts of the Cache County Sheriff’s Office and the Utah Highway Patrol.
Haley’s family has issued the following statement:
“It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the tragic loss of our beautiful Haley Nichole Bury, who was killed in a roll-over auto accident yesterday evening in Cache Valley. Haley was a loving daughter, sister, cousin, niece and granddaughter. We express our appreciation for the support of our local law enforcement, emergency medical personnel, friends, and neighbors. Although we will miss her shining light, our strong belief in eternal families gives us great comfort as we grieve Haley’s passing. We kindly request the media to allow us to grieve as a family. We will announce funeral arrangements at a later date.“
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