1 Dead After Driver Over Corrects On SR-36
STANSBURY PARK, Utah – A man died early Tuesday morning after over correcting his vehicle, authorities said.
According to the Utah Highway Patrol, Michael S. Gollaher, 62, of Lake Point, was driving northbound on state Route 36 shortly after midnight when his GMC Sierra drifted off the right shoulder. Gollaher then over corrected, causing the truck to slide across the northbound lanes and striking the center concrete barrier.
The vehicle went over the barrier and into southbound lanes, according to a UHP statement, where it rolled multiple times.
Gollaher was ejected during the roll and sustained fatal injuries.
SR-36 lanes reopened at approximately 5 a.m.
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