1 injured after wrong-way truck causes 5-car crash in Sandy

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SANDY, Utah – Five cars were involved in a pile-up in Sandy Saturday after a truck going the wrong way collided with a car at an intersection, and at least one person was taken to a hospital.

The crash occurred on 90th South in the area of 700 East in Sandy.

A total of five vehicles were involved in the pile up, and the chain reaction of impacts was triggered by the wrong-way truck. Police said the woman driving the northbound truck veered over into oncoming lines, crossing the center median, and they said the cause is unclear but was most likely a medical issue.

The woman driving the car first impacted by the truck was taken to a hospital, possibly with a broken leg.

2 comments

  • JoJo

    The first car that was impacted had children in it, their mother and aunt. Aunt had a broken leg while the mother is fighting for her life. Prayers going out to the entire family. Her kids are her world, praying for her, the entire family, especially her husband and kids

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