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2 killed in separate Utah Co. crashes; 1 injured after hitting school bus in Clearfield

2 killed in separate Utah Co. crashes; 1 injured after hitting school bus in Clearfield

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah — Crisis crews responded to fatal crashes in Saratoga Springs and Spanish Fork Canyon even though two crashes caused weighty delays in Davis County Monday morning.

AnnElise Harrison, public relations professional for Saratoga Springs, mentioned a Hyundai passenger motor vehicle was making an attempt to change left into a Maverik gas station on Redwood Street close to Ring Highway when it was strike by an Alpine University District bus.

Officials mentioned a lady, who was a passenger in the automobile was killed even though the car’s driver was injured and airlifted to an area clinic.

The woman was identified as 20-year-aged Lauren Scott of Saratoga Springs.

The driver, 19-12 months-previous Caden Simmons, continues to be in crucial condition.

4 students who had been on the bus and the bus driver have been not hurt in the crash. No result in for the crash has been introduced, and authorities have not discovered the target.

No matter what brought on the incident, it’s undoubtedly tragic,” Harrison explained.

One useless in semi crash on U.S. 6

In Spanish Fork Canyon, 1 individual was killed in a crash involving a semi-truck on U.S. Highway 6.

Sgt. Cameron Roden with the Utah Highway Patrol mentioned troopers were alternating traffic at milepost 185, close to Diamond Fork.

No cause for that crash has been released.

NB I-15 crash in Clearfield

Davis County motorists saw heavy delays on northbound Interstate 15 after a semi-truck rear-ended a box truck in close proximity to 700 South in Clearfield.

Roden explained the two vans were empty, and the driver of the semi-truck suffered small injuries.

All northbound I-15 lanes ended up shut as emergency crews arrived on scene, but the crash has been moved to the proper side of the freeway.

Two lanes will be blocked until the vehicles can be towed.

Just one wounded right after hitting faculty bus

Law enforcement say a driver was wounded following running a crimson mild and hitting a faculty bus in Clearfield.

Assistant Chief Devin Rogers with the Clearfield Law enforcement Department stated the bus was pulling out of the Freeport Centre to start out its routes when it was struck by the car or truck.

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The car’s driver was hospitalized and a bus assistant suffered minimal injuries. The bus driver was not damage in the crash.

Rogers reported the crash has been cleared and continues to be under investigation. Officers could challenge visitors citations after the investigation ends.