UHP: Passenger Struck By Cement Chunk That Fell From Truck
HELPER, Utah – The Utah Highway Patrol is asking for the public’s help in finding a truck that lost a chunk of concrete that smashed through a vehicle’s windshield and hit a passenger in the head.
Authorities said the incident happened Sunday at approximately 2:20 p.m. on state Route 6 at mile post 229.
“A portion of a concrete landscaping block fell from this vehicle, ricocheted off the highway and struck through the windshield of a black Subaru,” according to a UHP statement. “Inside the Subaru was a female passenger who was struck in the head by this cement block causing her to suffer severe head trauma.”
Anyone with information is asked to call UHP’s Price dispatch center at 435-637-0893.
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