Park City, UT – *UPDATE* Child Identified After Fall At Utah Ski ResortUtah Legal News
Park City, UT (February 26, 2019) – On Saturday evening, emergency medical responders reported to the Park City Mountain Resort after learning an 8-year old child fell from the Silverlode Express chairlift. The child was airlifted to Primary Children’s Hospital for treatment.
After an investigation, it was discovered that the child, Saylor Reeve, suffered a seizure and fell from the chairlift. Reeve’s parents, Cydney Reeve and Mike Reeve, watched helplessly from the air as the chairlift continued around until returning to safety.
During the fall, Saylor suffered numerous injuries, including a compression fracture in her spine. Saylor is reportedly very uncomfortable but expected to make a full recovery. She remains in the hospital at this time.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Reeve family during this very tragic time.
Fall Injuries In Utah
Fall accidents can lead to very severe consequences. Individuals who fall from high locations often sustain serious neck and back injuries, which can result in permanent damage and have a significant impact on a person’s ability to function normally.
Quite often, these accidents result in unimaginable pain that requires extensive medical treatment and therapy. Individuals who sustain injuries from falls are able to obtain compensation to help alleviate some of the financial burdens from the accident.
If you are injured in a fall accident, contact Siegfried & Jensen at (801) 845-9000 as soon as possible to schedule a free case review.