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CHRISTMAS DAY CRASH KILLS S. OGDEN MAN AND DAUGHTER

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A South Ogden man and his daughter were killed and other family members injured in a two-car collision on Christmas Day, authorities said.

Killed in the 6:49 p.m. accident were Edward K. Gambles, 50, and 21-year-old Amy Gambles, police said.Gambles was pronounced dead 20 minutes after his arrival at McKay-Dee Hospital, a hospital spokesman said. Amy Gambles died during surgery at St. Benedict's Hospital on Monday night, a spokesman said.

Gambles' wife, Kathy, 42, was in stable condition Tuesday at McKay-Dee with head and chest injuries, and 11-year-old Katy was in good condition with contusions. Ten-year-old Erin was in fair condition with head injuries, fractures and lacerations at St. Benedict's, a spokesman said.

According to a police report, Gambles was driving the family car eastbound into the intersection of 32nd and Taylor streets at about 5 mph when the car was struck by a southbound vehicle driven by a 16-year-old Ogden male.

The second car was moving at about 70 mph along Taylor before the driver began to brake, slowing to about 35 mph at impact, police said.

The driver of the second car suffered minor injuries and was not hospitalized. A passenger, Matthew Elliot, 15, of Ogden, was listed in good condition Tuesday at St. Benedict's.

The accident remains under investigation.