Officials from the Utah State Police have identified the individual they suspect was killed in a collision with a tractor-trailer in Ogden, UT on Februrary 25th, 2013. Police currently estimate that Maria Herrera was killed when the vehicle she operated collided with slow traffic while navigating Interstate 15 in Ogden. The vehicle skidded into the rear of a tractor-trailer operated by an as-of-yet unidentified driver.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Maria Herrera was ejected from the vehicle in the midst of the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead of the massive injuries she sustained when emergency response personnel arrived. The investigation into the fatality accident is currently underway by personnel from both local and state agencies. The unidentified driver of the tractor-trailer did not report immediate injury stemming from the accident.
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