Update: UHP IDs two killed in Beaver Co. wrong-way crash

BEAVER COUNTY, UT – As of Wednesday, officials have revealed the names of those killed in Sunday’s wrong-way crash

The collision occurred on I-15 South before 6:30 p.m., according to St. George News

Officials speculated that Terry Neztsosie, 49, from Arizona, was impaired, which could have caused him to travel on the wrong side of the road. As a result, he collided head-on with a Ford Fusion driver. 

The driver of the Ford Fusion was identified as Caiti Mcniven, 24, from St. George. 

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