Idaho woman dies in single vehicle rollover

A 2001 Dodge Neon, driven by 24-year-old Brittany S. Zamora of Pocatello, Idaho.  Zamora was driving on Interstate 84, when she went off the road, over corrected and rolled.

A 24-year-old woman from Pocatello, Idaho was killed in a single vehicle rollover north-west of Tremonton, Tuesday afternoon.

Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Lee Perry said Brittany S. Zamora was driving on Interstate 84, in a 2001 Dodge Neon, when she went off the road, over corrected and rolled.

Zamora was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Perry said troopers believe Zamora was drowsy and may have also been distracted just prior to the accident.

Troopers found Zamora’s smart phone still playing music when they arrived on scene, near milepost 26. She had also been texting about 10 minutes prior to the accident and received a phone call about the time the vehicle rolled.

Zamora’s family told troopers she had been in Provo earlier in the day and was driving back to Pocatello. She supposedly took a wrong turn onto I-84 instead of continuing on I-15.

Perry said luckily no other vehicles were involved.

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