Three injured after car runs stop sign in Weber County
WEST WEBER, Utah — Two teenagers and an adult male were seriously injured after a car ran a stop sign in Weber County Friday morning.
Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Cameron Roden said the crash occurred at the intersection of state Route 39 and 3500 West.
The car that ran the stop sign was hit by an oncoming pickup truck, which spun around and struck by a semi-truck, according to Roden.
The car’s teenage male driver suffered critical injuries in the crash, while a teenage female passenger in the car was seriously injured.
An adult male, who was driving the car that struck the teenagers’ car, suffered serious injuries. No injuries were reported regarding the driver of the semi-truck.
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