Driver in critical condition after single-car crash in Weber County

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WEBER COUNTY, Utah — An Ogden woman is in critical condition after being ejected in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 15, Monday afternoon.

At 1:12 p.m., the driver entered I-15 from I-84 going north at a high rate speed, crossed all lanes of traffic and struck the inside concrete barrier, according to Utah Highway Patrol.

The woman, 29, and sole occupant of the vehicle, was ejected over the barrier into the fast lane of southbound traffic.

The victim is in critical condition but she is expected to live, according to UHP.

Authorities say there are indications of speed, distracted and impaired driving that may have contributed to the crash.

Two lanes in both directions were closed due to the accident and reopened at 2:45 p.m.

4 comments

  • ANOTHERBOB

    “Most of us learn from the mistakes of others. The rest have to be other people.” – Zig Ziglar
    Looks like she was other people.

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  • Johnny176

    I know her very well. This story is incorrect. She swerved to miss a tire in the road. She’s a responsible person and wasn’t texting and wasn’t DUI in any way. Of course she was traveling at a high rate of speed, 68 miles per hour to be exact (she was on the freeway!). I don’t know why they tried spinning it to make her sound reckless. There was no reason for the UHP to suggest she was reckless or DUI. She’s a good person and a responsible mother of two. A trooper also harassed her while she was in the ER, while she was heavily medicated for pain and was receiving emergency care. I hope you’re proud UHP! BTW I’m usually always pro law enforcement. But this is messed up.

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