Toddler Flown To Hospital After Mother, Children Hit By Vehicle In Sandy
SANDY, Utah — A mother and and two children were hit by a car in Sandy on Tuesday morning, police said.
The incident happened at 1853 E. Sego Lily Drive, according to Sandy Police Sgt. Jason Nielsen.
According to authorities, a mother was pushing two children in a stroller when the crash occurred. The ages of the children were not immediately known, but they are being referred to as “toddlers.”
The oldest of the two children suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken by helicopter to Primary Children’s Hospital, officials said. The mother and the younger child sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said the female driver is cooperating.
Neighbors said speeding is an issue on this road, however, it’s unknown if speeding was a factor in this crash.
Pat Reavy, of Deseret News, contributed to this report.
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