Man Dies After Being Hit By Two Vehicles in South Salt Lake
SOUTH SALT LAKE, Utah – A man died Saturday morning after being hit by two vehicles while walking in the road, Gary Keller, executive officer for South Salt Lake Police Department said.
Keller said around 5:30 a.m. calls started coming for a person walking in the road. Soon after those calls were made, dispatch received a call that a person had been hit near 3200 South and 136 West in South Salt Lake City.
The victim is a 30- to 40-year-old male who Keller said was not dressed for the weather conditions. He was wearing shorts and a hoodie.
Keller said he was struck by two vehicles and the drivers of both vehicles remained at the scene and were cooperating with police.
The major accident team is investigating.
3300 S. westbound was shut down from West Temple to the Trax line and police said it would remain closed for an hour and a half.
KSL 5 TV is following this story and will continue to post updates.
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