Four injured in Layton crash
LAYTON, Utah — Four people, including three children, were taken to the hospital Friday afternoon following a two-car crash in Layton.
The incident happened at the intersection of West Hill Field Road and Main Street just after 1 p.m. Friday.
Lt. Travis Lyman, public information officer for the Layton Police Department, said a SUV was traveling southbound on Main Street when it ran a red light and collided with another passenger car, then rolled onto its top.
The occupants of the SUV were uninjured, but the occupants of the passenger car — a male driver and three children — were all transported to Davis Hospital in an ambulance. Lyman said they had minor injuries.
The crash remains under investigation.
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