A Wyoming male who passed away after being life-flighted to a Montana health center following a two-vehicle accident in Cody might have had a medical condition prior to the crash, the Wyoming Highway Patrol states.
The crash took place around 9:40 a.m. onNov 19 at the crossway of Heart Mountain Street and Stampede Avenue, near the post workplace.
The patrol states a Chevrolet pickup remained in the middle turn lane at a traffic signal waiting to make a left-hand turn when 75-year-old Gary Duggleby rear-ended it with his Lexus sedan.
According to a crash summary, the pickup chauffeur and their guest, neither of whom were hurt in the accident, left their pickup to examine the crash when they saw Duggleby plunged over.
Because Duggleby’s vehicle doors were locked, the pickup chauffeur broke the rear chauffeur’s side window, and as soon as Duggleby was taken out of the vehicle CPR was begun.
Duggleby was life-flighted toSt Vincent Healthcare in Billings where he died onNov 21.
This is the 8th deadly crash in Park County this year and the 2nd this month.
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