Fatal Highway 89 multi-car head-on crash; 1 dead, 4 seriously injured
Legal news for Utah automobile accident attorneys. UHP is investigating a violent multi-vehicle crash.
Utah Highway Patrol alerts Utah automobile accident lawyers- A crash involving a moving truck in the Sardine Canyon left one person dead.
Logan, UT—A violent and fatal head-on crash left one person dead, and four others fighting for their lives. The fatal two-vehicle crash occurred on Monday, February 1, 2010, around 6:00 p.m. along Highway 89 and 91 in the Sardine Canyon between Brigham City and Logan, as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune.
The Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) reported that a Ryder box moving truck and an airport shuttle were traveling southbound on Highway 89, when the truck suddenly crossed over into the northbound lanes and slammed head-on with an Audi. When the moving truck crossed over it also caused a collision with the shuttle and three northbound cars. The driver of the Audi was pronounced dead at the scene by responding emergency medical services (EMS) teams. EMS crews rushed two passengers in the Audi to Logan Regional Hospital in extremely serious condition; they were both airlifted to separate hospitals, one to LDS Hospital and other to McKay Dee Hospital for continued treatment. The driver of the moving truck was transported with the driver of another vehicle to Logan Regional Hospital, where they are listed in fair condition. The identities of the injured and deceased victims are currently being withheld. UHP is conducting a full investigation into the fatal multiple vehicle wreck.
Legal News Reporter: Nicole Howley-Legal news for Utah automobile accident lawyers.