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2 die in separate four-wheeler accidents

Updated with link to help Simpson family.

Two people died in two separate four-wheeler accidents in Bingham County over the weekend.

The first crash happened Saturday around 6 p.m. near Brush Creek in the Wolverine area when David Neff, 33, went off the road and rolled the four-wheeler, the sheriff’s office said.

The second happened Sunday around 6:15 p.m. on 200 block of North 165 West. Landyn Simpson, 5, was a passenger on a four-wheeler when the driver went off the road and the four-wheeler rolled. Landyn was taken to Bingham Memorial Hospital, from where he was transported by Air Idaho to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center.

He was pronounced dead at EIRMC.

The sheriff’s office is reminding people to always wear a helmet while driving a four-wheeler or motorcycle and to be careful while driving.

To help Landyn’s family pay for funeral expenses, go to

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