The Salt Lake Tribune shared a story of an intense crash this morning.
A head-on collision on Highway 198, between Spanish Fork and Salem left three people, including a child, severely injured.
33-year-old Aaron Moorman, from Springville, plowed his Chevrolet van into Lindsay Dyches’ Nissan sedan around 8:10 am this morning. Lindsay’s 7-year-old daughter, Presley was also in the car at the time of the crash. Both drivers were transported via ambulance to the local hospital in serious condition; Presley was in critical condition as she was flown to Provo Regional Medical Center. Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Todd Johnson has since said that the child’s vital signs are stabilized now.
Moorman was cited for driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, a serious offense in the state of Utah.
Here at Christensen & Hymas, we wish the victims of this accident a speedy recovery. It is always tragic when a child is involved in such a situation. Our hearts go out to the Dyches family as we hope for little Presley’s improvement.
If you or a loved one have ever been in an accident like this, we would like to help. Going through a scenario such as the story above can turn your world upside-down. The legal ramifications can be overwhelming, the jargon can be confusing, and unfortunately many times insurance companies are difficult to work with.We want to make sure that your family’s pain is overlooked or dismissed.
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