Five teenagers and young adults returning from a camping trip in northern Utah have been killed in a car accident on a mountain highway.
The Weber County sheriff's office says the 19-year-old driver of the westbound Honda Accord tried to pass another vehicle in a no-passing zone and their car slammed into an oncoming pickup truck.
The five victims in the morning crash ranged in age from 16 to 22. Two were females and three were males. The sheriff's office says none appeared to be wearing a seat belt.
A man, his wife and their baby in the pickup truck were not seriously injured. The adults were wearing seat belts and the baby was in an infant seat.
Authorities say the Ford F-350 pickup ended up on top of the Accord. The crash closed the highway in both directions for about five hours before it reopened