Four Injured After UTA Bus Crashes In Magna
MAGNA, Utah — A Utah Transit Authority bus operator and three passengers were taken to the hospital after they were involved in a single-vehicle crash in Magna.
The incident happened near 7300 West and 3500 South Sunday afternoon.
Police said the bus veered off the road and struck a utility box, which pierced the bottom of the vehicle.
None of the passengers sustained life-threatening injuries, according to UTA spokesperson Carl Arky.
The crash is under investigation.
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