Lehi, UT – UTHP Respond to Injury Crash On Southbound I-15 Near Milepost 283Utah Legal News
Lehi, UT (March 25, 2019) – On Sunday, March 24, Utah Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a crash on I-15 in Lehi.
The accident occurred just after 5:30 p.m. near milepost 283 on the southbound side of I-15. As a result of the accident, the two left lanes of the interstate were closed as crews worked to provide medical treatment to those injured and clear away the scene of the crash.
Crews worked at the scene of the incident for over an hour to clear the roadways and reopen the lanes to let traffic through.
We hope those who were injured in this accident are able to make a fast and full recovery from their injuries.
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