• May 04, 2017

Teen Injured in West Haven, UT, Dump Truck Accident on 2550 South

West Haven, UT -- May 3, 2017, a teenager was injured following an accident in which her vehicle was hit by a dump truck of 2550 South.

Deputies from the Weber County Sheriff's Department were called out to the accident scene in the morning hours of Wednesday at the intersection of 2550 South and 4700 West.

Preliminary accident reports indicate that an 18-year-old girl was in an SUV on her way to school. As she was making a turn at the intersection, her vehicle somehow crossed paths with a dump truck that failed to avoid her. This resulted in a collision, causing extensive damage to the SUV.

The girl was trapped inside of her vehicle and required extrication from rescue crews. They then transported her to a nearby hospital with critical injuries. The truck driver was not injured.

The exact details surrounding the incident are not entirely clear at this time, and no charges or citations have been reported. Investigations are ongoing.

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