• January 10, 2017

Teri A. Taylor Killed, Emily Taylor Hurt in Box Elder, UT Accident

Box Elder, UT -- Police officials have identified the victim of a multi-vehicle crash Saturday, January 7, 2017 in Box Elder, UT as 46-year-old Teri A. Taylor. 20-year-old Emily Taylor sustained minor injuries in the crash.

Sources say a Hyundai was southbound on SR-91 when it veered across the median. The vehicle subsequently traveled into the north/eastbound lanes, colliding with a Chevy. The Chevy reportedly came to rest in an emergency lane. The Hyundai then allegedly collided with a Honda in the north/east lanes.

Officials say Mrs. Teri A. Taylor, the driver of the Honda, was killed at the scene of the incident. Emily Taylor, a passenger in the Honda, sustained minor injuries in the collision.

The official investigation is currently underway and authorities hope to learn more as it unfolds.

There was no more information provided by the report.

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