Fruit Heights, UT – UTA Bus Accident Involving Sedan Deemed Head-on Collision

Fruit Heights, UT – UTA Bus Accident Involving Sedan Deemed Head-on Collision

Fruit Heights, UT – UTA Bus Accident Involving Sedan Deemed Head-on Collision

Highway 89, UT (March 2, 2019) – Police say that a UTA bus accident involving a sedan on Highway 89 was deemed a head-on collision.

The accident took place on Thursday on Highway 89, near Kaysville, around 1:45 p.m. Northbound lanes were largely affected and closed down during the accident. Response crews showed up immediately following the accident so that they could clear the roads.

The Utah Highway Patrol reported that the driver in the sedan was transported to the hospital in critical condition, but they have not been identified and their condition is unknown at this time.

There were no passengers on the bus and police involved did not say whether or not the bus driver was injured.

We would like to reach out and extend our sympathies to those involved in this accident, with the hopes that they will recover from their serious injuries.

Car Accidents in Utah

Fruit Heights, UT – UTA Bus Accident Involving Sedan Deemed Head-on CollisionMany types of accidents lead to deadly or injurious results, but by far, one of the most fatal accidents that occur on our roads every year are head-on collisions. Head-on collisions take place for many reasons on our roads, from drivers who are not paying attention to the roads in front of them to those who fall asleep at the wheel or choose to drive intoxicated. Being seriously injured or losing a loved one can be an incredibly difficult time, which is why you should never handle your claim without legal help.

At Siegfried & Jensen, we have made it our personal responsibility to assist those who have been negatively impacted by another party. We want you to understand how important it is to know that you have many rights under Utah personal injury laws. We are here for you every step of the way, so please do not hesitate to contact us today at (801) 845-9000 for more information.

 

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