I-15, UT – Driver in Critical Condition After Serious Rollover Accident

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I-15, UT – Driver in Critical Condition After Serious Rollover Accident

I-15, UT (February 24, 2019) – The Utah Highway Patrol was called to the scene of a serious rollover accident in the northbound lanes of the I-15 that left one person in critical condition.

Troopers were called to the scene on February 19 to find that the driver of the vehicle that rolled over following the collision was seriously injured and immediately transported them to the hospital. Multiple West High students were in the area at the time and witnessed the accident.

Police say that the students performed lifesaving CPR on the driver, who has not yet been identified. Now, police are attempting to get statements from the students. The driver is still in the hospital recovering from his injuries.

Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident at this time.

We would like to take a moment to extend our sympathies to the driver severely injured in this accident, with the hopes that they will be able to move forward in time.

Car Accidents in Utah 

I-15, UT – Driver in Critical Condition After Serious Rollover AccidentMotor vehicle accidents are some of the most life-changing experiences you might ever endure. There is a reality that you might receive serious injuries that are difficult to recover from, putting you in a challenging position as you face the emotions, finances, and more that come with these injuries. We will help you through this difficult time as you try to move forward.

When individuals in Utah are faced with the reality of a serious car accident, they might wonder where to turn. You might be able to file a lawsuit against the at-fault drivers to hold them accountable for their actions. Our attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have helped many clients in the past and, with thirty years of experience, would like to help you obtain the damages you deserve. Please contact us for more information at (801) 845-9000.

 

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