Victim in Taylorsville rollover upgraded from serious condition

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TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — A victim originally reported in serious condition is improving after a rollover crash in Taylorsville Monday afternoon.

The accident occurred at about 3:25 p.m. in the area of 6300 South and Redwood Road. Unified police say three people were in the vehicle when it rolled.

One person had to be extricated from the van. Two of the vehicle’s occupants had minor injuries and the third, originally reported in serious condition, is improving.

It is unknown what caused the accident at this time. More information will be provided as it becomes available.



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  • Mary Hernandez

    I’m the victim that in serious condition. Our car is a subaru forester, when our car was in the middle divider there was a traffic line and cars made a gap to let us into the parking lot and a lady said we had clearance to go which wasn’t true, once we turned at 5 miles an hour the car came speeding and hit us she did not put on her breaks. I was sent to the trauma and the emergency room. I’m in a lot of terrible pain and a neck collar.

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