ROCKVILLE, Utah (KSL) -- The bodies of two people killed when a massive boulder smashed into their Rockville, Utah home Thursday afternoon have been recovered.
The bodies of Jeff Elsey, 58, and Maureen Morris, 65, were recovered Friday afternoon. The couple had moved to the small town of Rockville about six years ago and were well-known in the community.
"Really, it's just a state of total unbelief and shock," Rockville Mayor Dan McGuire said, describing the town's residents as "numb."
"It's been tough to see the people show up and crumble into tears. It's been hard for the whole canyon," Springdale Police Chief Kurt Wright added.