2 Drivers Extricated From Vehicles, Flown To Hospital After Crash In Utah County
EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah – Two drivers had to be extricated from their vehicles Friday morning after a crash in Utah County, authorities said.
The crash happened on state Route 73 in Eagle Mountain shortly before 6 a.m.
According to the Utah County Sheriff’s Office, a driver drifted to the right and overcorrected, which caused the vehicle to veer into oncoming traffic. The car then collided head-on with another vehicle.
Both drivers were extricated before being transported by helicopter to the hospital, the UCSO tweeted.
Their injuries were non-life threatening, officials said.
“Pay attention to the road!” the sheriff’s office tweeted.
At 5:49 this morning a car on SR-73 in @eaglemtncity drifted to the right, over corrected into oncoming traffic and hit another car head on. Both drivers had to be extricated and both were flown by @UofUAirMed to IMC with non-life threatening injuries. Pay attention to the road! pic.twitter.com/E9q4477pE8
— Utah County Sheriff (@UCSO) June 26, 2020
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