Fatal Car Accident in Utah Today
Two people were killed in a car accident that occurred today in Utah. The crash happened near Montezuma Creek and Bluff on State Route 162. The cause of the accident is currently under investigation by the Utah Highway Patrol. The pickup truck driver was also injured in the accident. State Route 162 was closed for several hours following the crash.
The Utah highway patrol is investigating the crash, which killed a man from south Jordan. His name has not been released by police. The collision involved 22 vehicles and caused a large pile-up. The crash caused significant damage to the freeway, and drivers were advised to take an alternate route.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a motor vehicle accident, it is important to get legal help. Accident victims may lose their income or need medical attention. Families of loved ones who have died should seek full compensation. An attorney can help you gather evidence and information to support your case.
Traffic cameras are one of your best tools to keep you safe on the roads. You can find the location of traffic cameras and road conditions on the state’s Automated Geographic Reference Center. Before you travel to Utah, make sure to check the road conditions.
Friday saw a fatal rollover on U.S.98. Nicole Trigg, from Sebring was driving a 1994 Toyota Tercel. She lost control of her vehicle. Her car then veered to the right side and hit a tree. Her boyfriend was killed in the crash, and his mother was left a widow.
Interstate 15 was reopened after the crash and traffic was resumed. Traffic was backed up for several hours as police investigate the circumstances that led to the fatal crash. The Utah Highway Patrol released a press release and said major delays and traffic could be expected on the southbound side of the highway.