A 27-year-old Cheyenne man is useless after rolling his pickup northwest of city early Wednesday morning, the Wyoming Freeway Patrol says.
The crash occurred round 1 a.m. close to milepost 27 on Wyoming 211 (Horse Creek Highway).
The patrol says Adam Martin was headed north at a excessive fee of pace when he failed to barter a right-hand curve, went into the west ditch, struck a dust embankment, went airborne, and flipped his pickup.
The patrol says it is unknown if Martin, who died on the scene, was carrying his seat belt.
The patrol says pace and driver fatigue/asleep are being investigated as attainable contributing elements.
That is the 62nd fatality on Wyoming’s roadways in 2022 in comparison with 68 in 2021, 74 in 2020, 103 in 2019, and 64 in 2018 to this point.