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A motorcyclist hit by an alleged drunk driver in Millville earlier this week died from his injuries Saturday. Randolph Wirth, 67, was a well-known businessman in Cache County.
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UHP, trucking companies team up to promote safety awareness

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Apr 4th - 5:03pm
A recently created coalition of trucking companies held its first event Friday in Duchesne County, working with the Utah Highway Patrol to promote safe driving practices among those who drive tractor-trailer trucks.
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Thrown from car and run over twice, Provo man shares story of survival

Jed Boal  |  posted Mar 31st - 11:16pm
A Provo man is thankful for the support of his family after he was nearly killed in a car crash three months ago. He is slowly recovering, but his medical bills are piling up.
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West Jordan man killed in Sardine Canyon rollover

Jordan Ormond  |  posted Mar 15th - 11:48pm
A West Jordan man was killed Saturday morning when the vehicle he was driving went off the road and crashed near the mouth of Sardine Canyon.
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UHP and SLC bars team up to prevent DUIs

Jed Boal  |  posted Mar 12th - 10:09pm
Local bars are teaming up with the Road to Zero Fatalities campaign that aims to cut DUI arrests in March.
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Woman, 3 children to run race to remember father killed by drunk driver

Jed Boal  |  posted Mar 11th - 7:12pm
When Melinda Kunz first found out her husband had been hit by a car, she said she braced herself for a trip to the hospital, but never imagined he had been killed. A short time later, she discovered he'd been killed by a drunk driver.
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Murray family bringing awareness of drunken driving after child's death

Jed Boal  |  posted Feb 28th - 7:59pm
Matt and Aubrie Thurber are making a public plea after their 3-year- old boy was killed by a man accused of drunken driving five weeks ago.
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Mother recounts how seat belts saved her children's lives

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  posted Feb 9th - 2:46pm
The morning of Jan. 23, the Turner family was hit by a car going the opposite direction at speeds near 60 mph. After skidding 1,000 feet and landing upside down, the family walked away with only minor injuries. They were all wearing seat belts.
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State senator tries again to pass seat belt law; family shares close call on highway

Jed Boal  |  posted Jan 28th - 8:09pm
During the 2014 legislative session, Sen. Luz Robles will try again to pass a law to get us all to buckle up. Senate Bill 128 would make it a primary offense not to wear a seat belt on roads with 55 mph speed limits and faster.
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Seat belts could have saved lives in 2013, UDOT says

Emilee Eagar  |  posted Jan 21st - 8:20pm
Failing to wear a seat belt was the primary factor in most fatal crashes in Utah in 2013, according to statistics released Tuesday.
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