Amy Kalama Car Acciddent, Amy Kalama Has Passed Away

Amy Kalama Car Acciddent,

Amy Kalama Car Acciddent, Death – Tuesday night, the automobile they were riding in apparently off Trail Creek Road and went down an embankment, leaving a woman dead and a man critically hurt. The Idaho State Police reported that many fire and EMS departments were called to a pull-out spot close to Antelope Circle Road, about four miles northeast of Trail Creek Cabin, at 7:31 p.m. on Tuesday.

The Blaine County Coroner’s Office identified the deceased passenger on Wednesday morning as Amy Lynn Kalama, 39, of Orem, Utah. An office official said the deceased’s next of kin had been informed. Initial reports from first responders stated that both occupants were unresponsive and the car had fallen on its roof in a grove of aspen trees. According to scanner traffic that the Express was watching, crews started extrication just before 8 o’clock.

The ISP states that Jared Kalama, age 47, was driving a Mercedes sedan with passenger Amy Lynn Kalama in the southwest lanes of Trail Creek Road when he “went off the right shoulder, overcorrected, went down an embankment off the left shoulder and rolled.” Amy Lynn Kalama passed away from her wounds on the spot. Both were buckled up, according to the ISP. On Tuesday night, Jared Kalama was taken by ground ambulance to St. Luke’s Wood River Medical Center in Ketchum, according to Joy Prudek, a spokesperson for the hospital and the Ketchum Fire Department.

On Tuesday night, Kalama was first labeled as a “priority one” patient with several face fractures. Prudek stated that as of Wednesday afternoon, he was no longer a patient at St. Luke’s Wood River, but he withheld any other information. According to Sun Valley Fire Chief Taan Robrahn, the Blaine County Sheriff’s Office, Ketchum Fire, Sun Valley Fire, and Sun Valley Police all responded to the crash.