Two Hospitalized After Fire At Draper Maverik
DRAPER, Utah – Two people were hospitalized after a semi-truck rolled into some cars and hit fuel pumps, causing a fire at a Draper Maverik.
Officials said the incident happened at the Maverik on 14600 South Monday just after 7:30 a.m.
The two victims were transported to the hospital in stable condition.
Draper Fire Battalion Chief Kevin Holt said the driver of the semi-truck got out of his vehicle to enter the convenience store when his truck rolled into some cars. Those cars hit some of the fuel pumps at the gas station and started the fire.
VIDEO: Watch as flames engulf part of a Maverik gas station in Draper. Officials said a semi-truck rolled into some cars, which hit the pumps and started the fire Monday morning. Two people were taken to the hospital in stable condition. More info here: https://ksltv.com/?p=422052(🎥: Kristilyn Erickson)
Posted by KSL 5 TV on Monday, September 23, 2019
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