Logan Canyon Accident – A Box Elder County lady was killed Tuesday morning in a two-vehicle crash in Logan Canyon, US-89. The mishap happened around 8 a.m. around milepost 489, close to the UDOT state sheds.
Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Jason Kendrick said a white Dodge Caravan was voyaging eastward through the gulch at that point. The lady and her 4-year-old little girl were the main tenants inside.
“The driver let completely go and went into approaching traffic,” clarified Kendrick. “She was struck by a Ford F-350 pickup truck on the traveler side.”
The lady driving the Caravan supported lethal head wounds and was articulated dead at the scene. She was purportedly made a beeline for work in Rich County. Her character is being retained, forthcoming warning of more distant family.
A clinical helicopter was at first mentioned. It was subsequently canceled when the lady’s still up in the air lethal.
Kendrick said the lady was wearing a safety belt. The young lady was likewise locked in, which probably saved her life.
“The little girl was in an appropriately changed vehicle seat, directly behind the driver. She was shipped to Logan Regional Hospital and as far I know, she will be alright.”
The young lady had genuine yet non-hazardous wounds.
The driver of the Ford was likewise shipped to the emergency clinic with minor wounds from the effect of the crash.
Kendrick said streets were frigid and snow-canvassed in the gully at that point. Troopers are exploring a few potential variables in the accident, including climate conditions and speed.
“The driver of the van might not have been surpassing the posted speed limit yet was going excessively quick for the conditions. Temperatures were beneath freezing. Along these lines, she was excessively quick for those conditions that she was going in.”
Troopers shut Logan Canyon to all through traffic while they researched and cleared the accident. Drivers were bypassed through Emigration Canyon, State Road 36 during the conclusion. The gulch was resumed at 11 a.m.