Provo, UT – Man Critically Injured In Multi-Vehicle Accident At 1860 S. And University AvenueUtah Legal News
Provo, UT (March 14, 2019)- Provo Police and emergency crews responded to the scene of a crash around 11:30 a.m. on Thursday.
The crash occurred at the intersection of 1860 South and University Avenue. The driver of a silver passenger car pulled out of a gas station parking lot in the area. As the driver attempted to cross all southbound lanes of University Avenue to head north, it collided with a white pickup truck that was traveling south along the road.
The truck went onto its side before being struck by a tan passenger vehicle which was traveling north along University Avenue. The 68-year-old male driver of the tan vehicle was transported to a hospital in extremely critical condition.
The crash remains under investigation. Since the accident, the victim remains in critical condition in the hospital. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the man injured in this accident, who we hope make a complete recovery without complication.
Multi-Vehicle Accidents In Provo
There are many instances where drivers become overconfident in their abilities while behind the wheel. This particularly true in cases where individuals attempt to pass through multiple lanes of traffic in one quick move. This often creates a dangerous situation, placing other drivers on the road at risk.
When individuals engage in this type of reckless and negligent behavior, those victimized by their actions are able to file personal injury lawsuits against them. When victims sustain injuries, pain and suffering, and other damages in Utah car accidents caused by the actions of another party, they are able to obtain restitution for the financial burdens they experience in the aftermath of their accidents.
If you were injured in a car accident caused by a distracted, negligent, or reckless driver, contact Siegfried & Jensen at (801) 845-9000 to schedule a free case evaluation. With over 30 years of experience, accident victims can rest assured knowing we have their best interest protected.
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