Car crashes into Zions Bank building, no injuries
Jul 25, 2022, 5:53 PM
(Tremonton City Police Department)
TREMONTON, Utah — A driver lost control of their car and drove into a Zions Bank Monday afternoon.
According to Tremonton police Sgt. Josh Kearl, the passenger car drove into the office area of the bank at 340 E Main around 3:48 p.m.
The woman driver told police she went in reverse to avoid another car, hit a telephone pole, and accelerated into the bank while backing out of the pole.
She was stuck in the car because of the debris but had no injuries.
No one else was injured, Kearl said.
Police are investigating a possible medical issue that caused her to drive erratically.
No citations for the driver. Damages are around $1,500, and the bank is closed for the day.
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