Brigham City, UT – Woman Killed in Fatal Crash on 1100 SouthUtah Legal News
Brigham City, UT (May 21, 2019) – Yesterday morning, May 20, police responded to the scene of a fatal crash that took the life of one woman and injured another person in Brigham City.
According to authorities, the crash took place on 1100 South when a westbound vehicle crossed into the ramp on the side of the highway and suddenly went airborne. The Utah Highway Patrol reported that the accident took place around noon.
Police say that the vehicle landed in a gorge area on the side of the road upside-down. A 29-year-old female was killed in the crash.
One other person was taken to the hospital but they have not been identified and we do not know the extent of their injuries at this time.
The accident investigation is ongoing at this time.
We wish to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the party whose life was taken prematurely in this serious accident.
Fatal Accidents in Utah
Every 30 hours, it is reported that one person will lose their life in a fatal Utah car accident that happens at the hands of another party. Some of the most common fatal accidents take place due to distracted driving, drunk driving, speeding, and many other negligent actions. Families are far too often met with the reality that they will have to deal with the grieving aftermath of losing a loved one while they balance a variety of finances that they were not prepared for. Nobody should ever have to feel alone after one of these difficult experiences.
When a loved one has been taken from you too soon in a fatal accident, you will need the help of an expert who has handled cases like this in the past and is willing to help you stand up for your rights. Our personal injury attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen understand how emotionally and financially devastating these accidents are and are here for you and your loved ones. Please reach out to us at (801) 845-2799 to find out how we can assist you at this time.
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