A collision between a TRAX train and a pickup truck resulted to the serious injuries of a teenage boy and a woman. According to the report, the teenage boy was driving the pickup truck which was headed north on 2700 West and attempted to make a U-turn at 3360 South when the accident happened.
Cropper disclosed that although the traffic signal was green at the intersection for thru-traffic, the turn-light was red. The driver of the pickup allegedly failed to notice the incoming train when he made the turn.
The report added that the passengers of the train sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene. The accident interrupted TRAX service on the northbound route, but was expected to be restored later Saturday evening. The accident is still being investigated as disclosed by Cropper.
Christensen & Hymas hopes for the full recovery for those who are injured in this accident. We encourage everyone to be extra careful on the road. Safe driving requires the full attention of everyone involved. Always anticipate changing road conditions and make sure that you are aware of other road users.
If you are involved in an accident and it was the other driver’s fault, you can claim compensation for your injuries in order to get relief from the financial demands of hospitalization, medications, or treatment and therapies as well as loss of income. You may call Christensen & Hymas at (801)-506-0800 for a free initial consultation. Our personal injury lawyers are ready to provide you more information and assistance regarding personal injury claims. Call us now to benefit from the service of dedicated and competent attorneys.
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Original article by Ami Joi O’Donoghue ofKSL.com