Three members of the University of Wyoming swim team were tragically killed Thursday in a single-car accident in northern Colorado.

According to Colorado State Police, five passengers were riding in a Toyota RAV4 around 2:44 PM when the car went off the road and flipped over, ejecting two individuals and leaving the SUV wrecked.

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Unfortunately, three fatalities, ranging in age from 18 to 21, were pronounced dead on the scene. According to the Denver Post… and they were members of the UW swim and diving team.

The two surviving victims are also on the swim team.

“My thoughts and prayers are with our swimming and diving student-athletes, coaches, families, and friends,” UW Director of Athletics Tom Burman said in a statement.

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“It is difficult to lose members of our University of Wyoming family, and we mourn the loss of these student-athletes.”

The crash is being investigated, and it is unclear whether speed or other factors played a part.

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This is not the first time UW Athletics has faced such disaster. In 2001, eight track team members were killed when a drunk driver collided with their Jeep on the same roadway.