Millcreek, UT – Driver Injured In T-Bone Accident At 3300 South And 900 East

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Millcreek, UT – Driver Injured In T-Bone Accident At 3300 South And 900 East

Millcreek, UT (March 14, 2019) – Unified Police Department responded to the scene of an early morning crash on Wednesday.

According to Unified Police Sgt. Fausett, around 12:25 a.m. Wednesday, a 48-year-old man ran a red light at the intersection of 3300 South and 900 East. The driver of the vehicle had to be extricated from his vehicle and transported to an area hospital for treatment.

The airbags deployed in several vehicles, so others sustained only minimal injuries as a result of the crash. The driver was cited for failing to stop at a red light.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to those injured in this accident, and we hope for their complete recoveries.

T-Bone Accidents In Utah

Millcreek, UT – Driver Injured In T-Bone Accident At 3300 South And 900 EastT-bone accidents occur when individuals pass through the intersection and hit other vehicles along the driver or passenger side. These accidents are referred to as “T-bone” accidents because of the unique T shape they make between the two vehicles when they occur. Unfortunately, T-bone accidents often result in very serious injuries to those involved. The chance of sustaining serious and life-threatening injuries is drastically increased for the individuals located inside the car at the point of impact.

When Utahns are injured in T-Bone accidents caused by negligent and reckless drivers, they are able to file personal injury lawsuits against the at-fault driver to obtain restitution for lost wages, medical expenses, pain and suffering, and other damages related to the crash.

If you were the victim of a T-bone crash in Utah, contact Siegfried & Jensen at (801) 845-9000. We have helped over 35,000 accident victims since 1990 earn compensation and justice for their injuries.

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