Salt Lake City, UT – Woman Injured In Pedestrian Accident on S. TempleUtah Legal News
Salt Lake City, UT (April 3, 2019) – Early Wednesday morning, April 3, Salt Lake City Police and emergency crews responded to the scene of a pedestrian accident involving two vehicles.
The incident occurred on South Temple Street near Redwood Road. According to reports, a woman was crossing South Temple when she was struck by a car. The victim bounced off the first car and was struck again by another vehicle traveling at an increased speed.
The woman was transported to an area hospital immediately following the incident in critical condition.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim at this time. We pray she makes a complete recovery from injuries sustained in this incident.
Pedestrian Accidents In Utah
Each year, over 1,000 people are injured in pedestrian accidents in Utah. These accidents often result in serious and life-altering injuries for victims involved. Unfortunately, the impact of motor vehicles is extremely harmful on the human body.
When victims are injured in pedestrian accidents, they should contact a pedestrian accident attorney in Utah as soon as possible. Those injured may be able to obtain compensation to help alleviate some of the costs associated with medical bills, lost wages, and various other damages from the incident.
Our Utah accident injury attorneys at Siegfried & Jensen have over 30-years of experience helping accident victims obtain full and fair compensation for their injuries. Our firm has assisted over 35,000 victims in Utah with their legal claims. Contact our Utah personal injury attorneys at (801) 845-9000 to see how we can help you.
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