Powder Mountain is about 55 miles northeast of Salt Lake City.
The response unit found that the single-engine planes collided.
A man on board was found dead. and another sustained second- and third-degree burns and was transported to the University of Utah’s Burn Center. press release stated
David Reed, deputy head of the Weber Fire district, told CNN the second man was injured about 60 percent of his body.
The incident ignited a fire which was quickly taken over by firefighters. The press release states
“There̵7;s still snow up there,” Reid said, adding that it helped prevent the flames from spreading.
The plane was a Cessna 172, according to an initial statement from Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) spokesman Arlene Salak.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will investigate the crash, Salac said.