St. George, UT – Red Cliffs Drive Rear-End Accident Started With Daydreaming, Ended With Injuries

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St. George, UT – Red Cliffs Drive Rear-End Accident Started With Daydreaming, Ended With Injuries

St. George, UT (March 7, 2019) – On Wednesday morning, St. George Police Department responded to the scene of a rear-end car accident on Red Cliffs Drive.

According to St. George Police Officer Tiffany Atkin, the 66-year old driver of a gold Toyota Sienna minivan was driving down the road when he went into a daydream behind the wheel. The driver failed to notice a vehicle stopped in front of him, causing a rear-ended collision when he struck the back end of a black Mercury Milan.

The driver was cited for failure to wear a seat belt and following too close. The driver then complained of chest pains and was transported to Dixie Regional Medical Center for further evaluation and treatment. Our thoughts and prayers are with the injured driver at this time.

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St. George, UT - Red Cliffs Drive Rear-End Accident Started With Daydreaming, Ended With InjuriesThere are many reasons for car accidents in Utah. Unfortunately, most car accidents are preventable. This is especially true when accidents occur due to distracted drivers. Individuals who space out, mess with cell phones or reach for objects in their vehicles take their eyes off the road just long enough for accidents to occur.

When individuals are injured in accidents caused by distracted drivers, they are often able to file personal injury lawsuits against at-fault drivers. Personal injury lawsuits allow victims to collect repayment for injuries, medical expenses, vehicle replacement, and other damages sustained in the crash.

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