Brody R. Phillips, 23, and Vernice E. Rayvon, 63, killed in head-on tractor-trailer collision on Highway 220 near Casper, Wyoming

Modified Date: 
Thu, 12/10/2015 - 12:13pm
Accident Date: 
Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Updated: Two dead after head-on crash in Wyoming

Two tractor-trailers collided head-on about 6:30 a.m., said Darin Pepple, assistant fire chief for the Natrona County Fire Protection District. Both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.

Truck drivers from Utah, Texas killed in Wyoming crash

CASPER, Wyoming — A Utah man and a Texas man were killed Wednesday in a head-on crash between two tractor-trailer trucks. The crash happened about 6:30 a.m. on state Highway 220 about 38 miles southwest of Casper, according to Wyoming Highway Patrol Sgt. Phillips' truck crashed into a 2016 Freightliner hauling a trailer that was driven by Vernice E. Rayvon, 63, of Killeen, Texas. The crash caused a temporary closure of the highway with traffic being detoured around the scene until 2 p.m. Contributing factors in the crash are still being investigated, Wagener said.

Vernal trucker dies in semi head-on in Wyoming

The Wyoming Highway Patrol has identified a Utah man was one of two victims in a fatal head-on crash involving semi-trailer rigs near Casper. Wednesday collision on Highway 220, about 40 miles southwest of Casper, was 23-year-old Brody Phillips of Vernal. Troopers said that Phillips was driving east when his rig crossed into the westbound lane and struck Rayvon's semi. Both men were pronounced dead at the scene, WHP reported. WHP said.

2 die when trucks collide in Natrona County

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says the accident happened about 6:30 a.m. Wednesday on state Highway 220 near Pathfinder Reservoir. Darin Pepple of the Natrona County Fire Protection District tells the Casper Star-Tribune that both drivers were pronounced dead at the scene.
 
Topics: 
Head-on
People Involved: 
Brody R. Phillips
Vernice E. Rayvon
Roadway: 
Highway 220
City: 
Casper, WY

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any updates on this can any tell me more this accident took the most important man in my life away. My father

any updates on this can any tell me more this accident took the most important man in my life away. My father

Dear Ashley, I'm so very sorry for your loss. I'll keep searching for updates and will add any information I find to this accident page. Ingrid, Accident Data Center

Update : Philips was in fact in drugs when he killed my father!! Trucking companies need to hold their drivers more accountable for stuff like this. My dads life was worth more than any amount ever covered the fact of testing employees should be done regularly my dad was always proud of that

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