Driver of SUV ejected during rollover crash suffers critical injuries

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HOOPER, Utah – A man was taken to a hospital in critical condition after he was ejected during a rollover crash in Hooper Wednesday afternoon.

According to the Weber County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to the area of 4000 South 5900 West around noon.

An SUV traveling westbound, “at a high rate of speed” went off the roadway at a curve, and the vehicle subsequently rolled several times.

The 35-year-old male driving the SUV was ejected during the crash, and he was taken to a hospital by ambulance in critical condition. There were no other injuries reported.

Weber County Sheriff’s Office personnel are investigating the crash with the assistance of Utah Highway Patrol.


  • anotherbob

    I take it probably not wearing a seatbelt either if he was ejected, good riddance I’m glad he didn’t hit/injur anybody else.

    • wd4o

      I’m with you there! One less IDIOT I need to worry about on the roads. hopefully he wont be driving for a long, long time if ever.


    When you aren’t seatbelted in and your car rolls you will usually get thrown out … eventually. Sometimes you are only partially ejected and then only the part that’s sticking out gets smashed by the rolling car.

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