BREAKING: Two fatalities in head-on collision in Grand Teton National Park

Update: Victims identified in fatal vehicle collision

UPDATE 6:24 p.m.: N Highway 89 from Moose to Airport Junction is open in both directions.

UPDATE 4:08 p.m.: Grand Teton National Park has confirmed a second fatality.

UPDATE 4:00 p.m.: Jackson Fire Chief Brady Hansen confirmed one fatality, and another patient was receiving CPR on their way to the hospital but their status is currently unknown.

UPDATE: GTNP spokesperson Denise Germann says Highway 89 from Moose to Airport Junction will be closed for at least two hours while officials respond a serious head-on collision with multiple injuries just north of the airport. The airport is still accessible from the north via a detour through Antelope Flats.

JACKSON, WY – A collision just north of Jackson Hole Airport is blocking north Highway 89. Park visitors are being asked to take Antelope Flats.

Multiple Fire/EMS units are responding to the accident.

Jackson Hole Airport is still accessible from Jackson via N Highway 89. Those traveling south to JH Airport from Moose will need to take the detour along Antelope Flats Road to Gros Ventre Junction then head north on N Highway 89 to JH Airport. Those traveling between Jackson and Moose will need to take detour between Gros Ventre Junction and Antelope Flats.

Buckrail will update with more details about the collision as they become available.

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