Magna, UT – Crash At 8000 West 3500 South Results In InjuriesUtah Legal News
Magna, UT (March 15, 2019) – Just after 5 p.m. Thursday, police and first responders reported to the scene of an accident.
The accident occurred at 8000 West near 3500 South. Police confirmed that at least one person was injured in this accident and transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. Police crews worked diligently to clear away the scene of the crash and restore the flow of traffic.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to those injured in this accident.
Car Accidents In Utah
Being injured in a car accident often leaves victims feeling terrified and hopeless. Quite often, victims sustain injuries that drastically change their lives. These injuries can result in serious pain, the need for surgery, and the inability to return to work. In some cases, accident victims are able to file personal injury lawsuits against at-fault drivers to obtain remuneration for the damages they experience.
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