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Guernsey couple killed in Converse County double fatality

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Two Guernsey, Wyoming residents have been killed following a Saturday morning crash.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says that 57-year-old Catherine Case and 52-year-old James Cannon were traveling northbound on I-25 when they lost control of the vehicle. The vehicle went into a broadside slide going into the median.

It rolled 2 complete times, rolling across both southbound lanes, and came to rest on the southbound emergency lane. During the rollover both occupants, who were not wearing seat belts,were totally ejected from the vehicle.

It has yet to be determinedwhich of the two occupants was the driver at the time of the crash.  The investigation remains under investigationhowever, speed too fast for the existing conditions is a contributingfactor. 

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