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A two vehicle crash 23 miles north of Lusk, Wyoming has left a South Dakota teenager dead. 16 year old Bradley J. Anderson of Sturgis, South Dakota died in the crash that happened at about 5 p.m. Friday on US 85.

For unknown reasons, the SUV Bradley Anderson was driving northbound was steered into the southbound lane of travel, and in the path of a southbound pickup truck driven by 47 year old Rhonda K. Herren of Burns, Wyoming. Herren tried to steer sharply to the right, but It didn’t work, and the force of the collision forced Herren's vehicle into the southbound borrow ditch, where it rolled a number of times. Zoe Herren, a rear passenger in Herren's vehicle, was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the truck. Anderson's truck also entered the southbound borrow ditch where it rolled over as well. Bradley Anderson, who was not wearing a seatbelt either, was ejected and died on scene.

Rhonda Herren and Zoe Herren were taken by helicopter ambulance to Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. At this time, the investigation continues.