Crash That Killed Wadda Claims Another Life
BUFFALO, Wyo. (AP) — The crash that killed an Eastern Shoshone tribal liaison has claimed another life.
Twenty-two-year-old Diana Sounding Sides of Fort Washakie was ejected during the May 31 rollover crash that killed tribal liaison Ed Wadda. The Wyoming Highway Patrol said Monday that Sides died of her injuries.
Another person ejected from the 2003 Ford sport utility vehicle, Frank Hogan, was taken to a hospital in Billings, Mont. His condition wasn't known. Another person wearing a seat belt suffered minor injuries.
The rollover crash happened on Interstate 25 between Casper and Buffalo after a deer ran in front of Wadda's SUV.
He worked to promote youth programs on the Wind River Indian Reservation.