Ogden, UT – Crash On Southbound I-15 At 29th Street Causes DelaysUtah Legal News
Ogden, UT (March 12, 2019) – Utah Highway Patrol responded to the scene of a crash Tuesday night on Interstate 15.
The accident, which happened due to reasons that have yet to be determined, occurred along the southbound side of the interstate, near 29th Street. Utah Highway Patrol officers worked diligently to clear away the scene of the crash while first responders provided medical care to those injured in the crash.
No more than two vehicles were involved, but there has been no reporting regarding the number of persons harmed in the accident.
We hope those injured are able to make fast and full recoveries. Our thoughts and prayers are with them during this difficult time.
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