• March 02, 2017

Robert, Henriette Haworth Killed in Hyde Park, UT, Accident

Hyde Park, UT -- February 23, 2017, Robert Haworth and Henriette Haworth were killed due to an accident where multiple vehicles crashed on the highway.

According to North Park Police, the accident occurred just after 7:00 a.m. near the intersection of US Highway 91 and W 3100 N.

Police investigators stated that the accident began when a southbound Toyota tried to avoid colliding with a vehicle than entered its lane. The Toyota lost control as a result, causing it to swerve across traffic lanes. The car was struck by a northbound dump truck, causing a pile-up in both lanes.

The vehicle occupied by the Haworths attempted to avoid the wrecked vehicles in front of them, but they were t-boned by a pickup.

The collision resulted in several injuries, and 85-year-old Robert died at the scene. Henriette was transported to a nearby hospital where she eventually died due to her injuries.

At this time, authorities have not reported any charges or citations resulting from the accident. No additional details have been reported.

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