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Avon man and his dog die after vehicle rollover near Keystone

An Avon resident died on Sunday, Oct. 18 after a vehicle accident near Peru Creek east of Keystone.

Patrick Fultz, 29, and his dog were ejected when his white Toyota FJ Cruiser rolled over in Warden Gulch. The Summit County Rescue Group responded at 2:12 p.m. to a call about the accident.

According to a county sheriff’s office announcement Tuesday afternoon, a Flight For Life crew confirmed Fultz’s death, which was ruled accidental and caused by massive head and internal injuries. Fultz’ dog also died.

A total of 41 people responded to the accident from the county rescue group, Sheriff’s Office, animal control, coroner’s office, ambulance service and Flight For Life.


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