15-year-old boy in extremely critical condition after hit by SUV in Kearns

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KEARNS, Utah - A 15-year-old boy is in extremely critical condition after being hit by a car Tuesday morning.

Officials are investigating the accident near 4270 W. and 5415 S. at about 7:30 a.m.

Police said a green Nissan Altima collided with a Pathfinder, which caused the SUV to roll onto the teen who was crossing the street.

The teen's name has not been released at this time.

Check back with Fox 13 for the latest updates. 


  • Nathan

    This is so scary, I drive through this intersection coming out of this neighborhood everyday. I have always worried about the kids that have to cross the busy street to get to the Middle school on the other side of 54th south. I seriously hope this is not someone I know, As We have close friends who’s son walks to the middle school. My heart goes out to the family. I hope this story doesn’t take a turn for the worst

    • Casey

      He actually goes to Kearns High. They have grief counselors on hand. This is so hard to hear about. My heart breaks when this happens. My prayers to all involved.

    • Caitlin Freesene

      Stay strong momma. I love you nd’ will be praying for your cousin. He will make it. I know he will. I had a boyfriend who stole a truck, got in a high speed chase nd’ was ejected from the truck at 105 mph. He had two broken femers, broken hip, broken jaw, nd’ had two collapsed lungs. It was so severe he was life flighted to Billings. I got told that night that there was a 75% chance he would die that night. He fought through nd’ is here with us today. Your cousin will do the same, I love you Tori, hang in there.! 💜🙏

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