Salt Lake City, UT – Man In Critical Condition After Crash On S MainUtah Legal News
Salt Lake City, UT (April 3, 2019) – Around 4 p.m. on April 3, Salt Lake City Police Department responded to the scene of a crash near 100 South Main Street.
According to police, a man was standing in the roadway when he was struck by a motor vehicle. Police are still investigating the incident, but believe the driver was traveling recklessly around the roadways and may have been distracted at the time of the collision.
The victim sustained critical injuries in the collision and was transported to a hospital immediately. We pray the injured pedestrian is able to make a full recovery from the injuries he sustained.
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