3 people injured, 1 horse killed in crash

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UTAH COUNTY -- Three people are serious to critical condition after colliding with a truck pulling a horse trailer on Interstate 15 in Utah County Sunday afternoon, and one of three horses in the trailer had to be put down.

At approximately 11:30 a.m., three individuals in a passenger car were traveling south on I-15 near Pleasant Grove when the driver lost control of the vehicle, Utah Highway Patrol officials say.

The passenger car spun out and was t-boned by a truck pulling a horse trailer, according to UHP.

The victims in the passenger car were all transported to area hospitals with injuries varying from serious to critical.

Officials say no one from the truck received serious injuries. Two of the horses were OK but officials said the third had to be put down.

Three lanes of traffic were blocked as crews investigated the accident. Officials said they believe weather may have contributed to the crash. The freeway was fully opened by 1:30 p.m.



  • Wanda

    We have worried about these girls all night. We were one of the first on the scene. Our prayers are with them and there families.

  • Jessica

    My cousin is college roommates with those girls and she is devastated. She would have been in that car too if she hadnt come and visited home, and today they stopped life support for one of the girls… Prayers go out to the other two<3

  • Ashlee

    My sister was one of the girls involved in the accident. She has a broken femur, 4 broken ribs, fractured pelvis, lacerated liver that has been causing internal bleeding and a concussion and is still in the ICU. One of her roommates has a cracked collarbone and her face is pretty banged up but she is doing okay. The other sweet girl was in a coma and sadly has passed. She will be saving and improving the lives of 9 others through organ donations. Please still pray for everyone involved and their loved ones- the other car as well. Everyone needs some comfort in this time.

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