Salt Lake City, UT – Driver Charged For Hit And Run On 2100 SouthUtah Legal News
Salt Lake City, UT (April 5, 2019) – Salt Lake City Police responded to the scene of a collision on State Street at the intersection of 2100 South.
According to police, 30-year-old Jessica Cannon was traveling south in the northbound lanes of State Street when she collided with another vehicle at the intersection. Her vehicle rolled over from the impact of the collision. Cannon got out of her vehicle and attempted to flee the scene when she was apprehended. Cannon was transported to an area hospital for treatment to injuries sustained in the collision. The condition of others involved in the collision is not known at this time.
We hope the victims injured in this collision are able to make a full recovery.
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