An accident earlier this week in Wyoming resulted in the 14th highway fatality of the year in the state. 31-year-old Jason Harvard of Wheatland was driving on I-25, near Douglas, when he lost control due to icy conditions on the highway, causing the vehicle to roll, ending up in the passing lane. Harvard’s vehicle was then struck by a semi which was unable to avoid the collision. Harvard, who was not wearing a seat-belt when the accident occurred, died while being transported to the hospital. The 14 deaths so far this year on Wyoming highways is below the 19 fatalities that occurred through the same time period last year and the 21 that took place in 2015, but is an increase over the 10 people who died during this time in 2016.