Millcreek, UT – *UPDATE* Woman Run Over By Utah Patrol Car At 3300 South And 2300 East Parking Lot Identified As Cindreia Simone EuropeUtah Legal News
Millcreek, UT (March 8, 2019) – On Tuesday, Salt Lake City Police department received a call requesting a welfare check on a female individual who was laying in a parking lot near 3300 South and 2300 East. Officers arrived, combing the parking lot searching for her.
While searching the parking lot, an officer ran over the woman, who was lying in the parking lot, with his patrol car. The woman was pronounced dead on the scene. Friday, police identified the victim as 25-year-old Cindreia Simone Europe, of Smyrna, Georgia.
Our deepest condolences go out to the Europe family as their grieve through this tragic loss.
This is an update to an earlier post, which can be found here.
Wrongful Death In Utah
Families go through an array of emotions when their loved ones are involved in car accidents. The emotional impact of a car accident worsens significantly when victims die from their injuries. In Utah, surviving family members of individuals killed by negligent or reckless acts of another party can file a wrongful death claim in court to obtain compensation for damages related to the loss.
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