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For the week of June 4 - 10, 2003


Richfield teen killed in Highway 75 rollover

Express Staff Writer

A Lincoln County teenager, Adonnia Carolyn Boyer, 18, of Richfield, was killed Friday, May 30, in a single car, rollover accident near Highway 75 mile marker 93, about one mile north of the Blaine County line. The accident occurred near the site where teenager Sara Alstrom, of Bellevue, was killed in a Memorial Day weekend rollover.

Boyer was traveling northbound with passenger Tommy Lloyd Standlee, 17, who was flown to Magic Valley Regional Hospital in Twin Falls and later transferred to St. Alphonse Regional Medical Center in Boise. He was released Tuesday after being treated for a broken shoulder.

Witnesses following and approaching Boyer’s tan 1985 Toyota Tercel wagon said the vehicle drifted off the shoulder, which is soft in that section of the highway, said Blaine County Chief Deputy Gene Ramsey.

"Markings on the pavement confirm that the car went completely off the right side of the highway. The owner corrected and rolled off the left shoulder," said Ramsey. "A driver of a southbound vehicle saw (the vehicle drifting) and was able to slow down and avoid a collision."

A doctor was on the scene of the accident and performed CPR with paramedics until it was determined by the coroner that there was "no chance" to revive Boyer, said Ramsey.

Both Boyer and Standlee were found unconscious, said Ramsey. Inattention was cited as the cause of the accident.



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