- Associated Press - Thursday, July 17, 2014

MOOSE, Wyo. (AP) - Fog may have contributed to a crash in Grand Teton National Park that killed a man who recently moved to Wyoming from Phoenix.

Park officials say Bernardo Bravo’s 2002 Buick sedan went off Teton Park Road near the Moose entrance sometime before dawn on Wednesday and rolled down a steep embankment.

The crash was discovered just before 5 a.m. after a passerby and a park maintenance worker noticed a single tire in the road. The worker then found Bravo’s car, which was on its top off the road.

It’s the third death in four days in the park.

A Jackson Hole resident drowned while rafting in the Snake River on Sunday. The Jackson Hole Daily (https://bit.ly/1zMSM4h) reports a woman died Monday in a fall while climbing Grand Teton.

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