Two dead after car crash in Eagle Mountain

by SpeedLux
Eagle Mountain, Utah

Two 3-year-old boys died after a car crashed into a horse stable in Eagle Mountain, Utah where they were playing.

The crash took place at the Cedar Valley Stables, near 2300 North and 16000 West in Eagle Mountain, around 7:20 p.m. on Monday when the car was driving recklessly, weaving or drifting into oncoming traffic, traveling around 100 mph and it ran a stop sign before it lost control and crashed.

Passengers in the car told deputies they hit a bump before losing control.

The car then launched into the air and struck a lean-to-style set of horse stables.

Inside the stables were the two boys, both age 3, who were killed due to the crash.

On Tuesday, deputies identified a 25-year-old Kent Cody Barlow, of Eagle Mountain to have been driving the car. He was airlifted to Utah Valley Hospital, where he was treated.

Barlow was booked into the Utah County Jail.

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