The Utah Highway Patrol investigation into a fatal car collision on July 15 in Summit County is still ongoing, the UHP said Thursday.

A Kamas woman, Angela Fitzgerald. died in the head-on car accident on State Route 248 east of Park City. Two vehicles collided about three miles west of Kamas when a silver Chevrolet Silverado eastbound on the road crossed over into the oncoming westbound lane for unknown reasons, according to a preliminary report by the UHP.

At that point, it impacted head-on with a westbound gray Chrysler Aspen, driven by Fitzgerald.

The driver of the Silverado was Sky Galli, 56, of Woodland, and he is still at an in-patient rehab facility recovering from his injuries, said his wife Cindy Galli.

"He survived, thank God," said Cindy, who added that his injuries weren't life-threatening.

Her husband doesn't remember much from the accident, Cindy said, and was in a medically induced coma for four days after the collision. Sky's injuries include damage to his legs and spine, she said.

Cindy knew Fitzgerald, and said the Galli family is "just heartsick" about Fitzgerald's death.

There are lessons from the crash, Cindy said. "It opens your eyes that life is a gift," she said. "Live every moment like it's a gift."

No fundraisers are planned for the Galli family, Cindy said, adding that her employment at the Best Western in Kimball Junction provides good health insurance coverage. "We're pretty private people," she said.


"We're more givers than receivers."