I don't know exactly why this time of year is the worst time of year for auto accidents but we're right in the middle of it and it seems that this year is no different.  24 is way too young to die and way too many innocent people are leaving us way too early because of these accidents.

According to KTVB, the crash took place Saturday morning at approximately 6:30.  The accident was about 20 miles north of Weiser and it involved a 2005 Dodge pickup which ended up rolling.  18-year-old Cheyenne Wiggins of Payette, Idaho lost control of the vehicle.  She had two passengers, one was a 31-year-old man named Samuel Hunt and the other was 24-year-old Sarah Johnson.

We don't have all the details on this accident but we do know that Johnson was ejected from the vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene.  We don't know the condition of Wiggins or Hunt at this time.  None of the three were wearing seatbelts during the accident.  We can only hope and pray that Hunt and Wiggins will be o.k. and we're thinking of all those that knew and loved Sarah.