LOGAN, Utah — A 44-year-old Utah man has been killed in a rollover crash west of Logan.

The Utah Highway Patrol says Kent Batty of Nibley was found dead at the scene of the crash on State Route 30 at about 12:40 a.m. Thursday.

The patrol says Batty was headed eastbound in a Ford pickup truck about 7 miles west of Logan when the truck went off the side of the road.

It says he apparently overcorrected, went back across the highway and overturned.

Investigators say there’s no signs of impaired driving but that Batty may have been fatigued. They say he was not wearing a seat belt.

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