Avon man and his dog die after vehicle rollover near Keystone | VailDaily.com

Avon man and his dog die after vehicle rollover near Keystone

Summit Daily staff report

SUMMIT COUNTY — An Avon resident died Sunday after a vehicle accident near Peru Creek east of Keystone.

Patrick Fultz, 29, and his dog were ejected when a 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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