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Topic - Lou Falgoust
Five people were killed and four others were injured when a vehicle returning to Colorado from a Boy Scout camp in northwest Wyoming veered into oncoming traffic and slammed head-on into a motor home, according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol.
Hot Springs County Sheriff Lou Falgoust told the Billings (Mont.) Gazette that the troop members were working toward their Eagle Scout badges and had been camping around an area known as Pahaska Teepee, near Yellowstone National Park.