UPDATE (10 a.m. Thursday):

The Wyoming Highway Patrol has released new details on this crash, which killed two people, including a three-year-old child. 

UPDATE (3:53 p.m.):

Wyoming Highway Patrol Sgt. Kyle McKay tells K2 Radio News that two people are dead as a result of this afternoon's crash on Wyoming Highway 220 near the Carbon County line.

The names and ages of the people who were killed were not immediately available.

McKay also confirms that an infant was seriously injured. Shortly before 4 p.m., McKay said the infant was still alive to his knowledge.

The crash occurred at roughly 1:30 p.m. Wednesday when two vehicles collided head-on.

Troopers are still investigating at the scene. We will continue to update this post as we learn more.


Several people, including a young child, have reportedly been seriously injured in a head-on crash on Wyoming Highway 220 Wednesday afternoon.

At least one person may have been killed in the crash, which scanner traffic indicated occurred inside Natrona County, about a mile from the Carbon County line.

Scanner traffic indicated Life Flight was en route to the scene at 1:45 p.m.

Authorities could not immediately confirm details.

We are pursuing additional information, and will update this story when we have more.