Herriman student killed in crash near Mountain View Corridor identified

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HERRIMAN, Utah - A Herriman High School student was killed and several other people were injured in a rollover accident near 14400 S. Mountain View Corridor Thursday morning.

Authorities said a mother and baby in a white Mazda ran a red light at about 11:30 a.m. Thursday. Fatal rollover Herriman crash

The Mazda collided with a white truck that had three Herriman High School students inside.

The mother was taken to the hospital; her baby was not seriously injured.

Police said one person in the white truck was killed, and the other Herriman High School students were rushed to the hospital in unknown condition.

According to information from the PTSA at Herriman High school, the student who was killed is Cadee Connor. The PTSA states the other two students are in serious condition.

The PTSA expressed their condolences to the Connor family and others affected, but it appears that post has subsequently been deleted.

The crash impacted traffic in the area for several hours, but UDOT tweeted just after 5 p.m. that the scene had been cleared.


  • Whoopie Doo McEnroe

    I suggest that all pay attention to see the delay from red to green at any intersection in the valley. It has been my observation that the lights on Bangerter and Mountain View have a 2 second or less time frame from green to red. For example, if east/westbound turns red, then only two seconds elapse before north/southbound turns green. This is a recipe for disaster. All intersections should be red for a minimum of 5 seconds before the next direction is allowed to proceed. If it is a state road, I encourage you to contact UDOT and request a longer delay at the red lights. It won’t “kill” anyone to wait a couple more seconds before allowing to go on their way.


    No, the lights are calculated to go from green to yellow to red to give you plenty of time to stop if you’re going the speed limit, and paying attention.

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