A Guardian helicopter flew one of the victims from the scene this morning. Photo provided.

(Crowheart, Wyo.) – Early Monday morning, emergency personnel from a number of agencies responded to a report of a two-vehicle, head-on collision near Crowheart on Highway 20/26. The call came in to authorities at 6:43 a.m.

Details about the wreck are vague at this time as the Bureau of Indian Affairs is handling the investigation, assisted by the Wyoming Highway Patrol. A detailed description of the vehicles involved was not readily available, but both were reportedly passenger cars.

Fremont County Ambulance Division Supervisor Todd Smith said two male patients were in critical condition following the wreck. One was life flighted from the scene and the other was taken to SageWest-Lander via ground ambulance.

Smith praised the Crowheart First Responders, Crowheart Fire, Dubois Fire and three Fremont County Ambulances for their “outstanding help.” He also credited the BIA, Fremont County Sheriff’s Office and WHP for their work as well.

Additional information will be reported as it comes available.