Faulty Camry Likely Caused Fatal Utah Crash

Faulty Camry Likely Caused Fatal Utah Crash

Mexico City : Mexico | Nov 15, 2010 at 1:14 AM PST
Source: Fox
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Utah   Police suspect problems with a Toyota Camry's accelerator or floor mat caused a Utah crash that left two people dead and two others injured...Nathan Croft told the Salt Lake Tribune that 66-year-old Paul Vanalfen's 2008 Camry slammed into a rock wall in Wendover on Nov. 5, killing him and 38-year-old... FULL ARTICLE AT Fox
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