Eden plane crash

A single-engine plane crashed near the Powder Mountain Ski Resort on Saturday, killing the two men inside.

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A small plane carrying two men crashed in Eden, Utah, on Saturday morning near the Powder Mountain Ski Resort. One man was declared dead at the scene, while the second was transported to the University of Utah Hospital with severe burns, according to a news release from the Weber Fire District. That man later died from his injuries, according to a report Sunday from the Weber County Sheriff’s Office.

The report identified the victims of the crash as 26-year-old Devin Criddle of Draper and 21-year-old Braeden Raleigh of Salt Lake City. Criddle died at the site, though as of Sunday afternoon it remained unclear which man was flying the aircraft when it went down.

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