Utah State Student-Athletes Condition Stable Following Car Crash Friday
All five of the Utah State student-athletes injured in a car crash in Cache Valley Friday afternoon are improving and in stable condition according to hospital officials. None of the five have or will be released from hospitals today.
June 27, 2015 LOGAN, Utah - All five of the Utah State student-athletes injured in a car crash in Cache Valley Friday afternoon are improving and in stable condition according to hospital officials. None of the five have or will be released from hospitals today.

Those involved in Friday's accident were redshirt freshman defensive lineman Adewale Adeoye (Ada-wall-a A-doy-yah) from St. Louis, Mo., redshirt junior defensive lineman Edmund Faimalo (Fie-mah-lo) from Riverside, Calif., senior defensive lineman John Taylor from Colton, Calif., and senior defensive lineman Travis Seefeldt from Peoria, Ariz., as well as former USU softball player Sarah Vasquez from Colton, Calif. Vazquez just completed her collegiate eligibility with the Aggies this spring.

More information on the condition of all five of those involved in the accident will be sent out when available.

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