St. George, UT – Driver Of Chevy Silverado Crashes In Parking Lot On 690 South River Road, Sustains Injuries

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St. George, UT – Driver Of Chevy Silverado Crashes In Parking Lot On 690 South River Road, Sustains Injuries

St. George, UT (March 12, 2019) – The 74-year old driver of a white Chevrolet Silverado caused a multi-vehicle accident at 690 South River Road after suffering an unknown health complication while behind the wheel.

According to St. George Police Sgt. Spencer Holmes, the driver of the Silverado, was traveling at a high rate of speed through the parking lot, where he crashed into a gray Dodge Ram. The Silverado continue to pass through the parking lot before crashing into a white Hyundai Sonata and a bronze Toyota Sequoia.

The driver, who had suffered a health complication which compromised his ability to control his vehicle, was transported to a hospital with unknown injuries. There was heavy damage to the vehicles involved in this accident and various stores. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the man injured in this crash, and we hope medical professionals are able to properly and completely tend to his conditions.

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