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Kaysville Family Requesting Barriers After Car Crashes Into Their Home

Kaysville Family Requesting Barriers After Car Crashes Into Their Home



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Marc Giauque, KSL NewsradioA Kaysville family is considering itself lucky after a car crosses the freeway, a frontage road and hits their house. Now they are calling for some changes.

Kaysville Family Requesting Barriers After Car Crashes Into Their Home

The Utah Highway Patrol says it happened after the 20-year-old driver decided to "huff" some chemicals Saturday night. Before long he was off the road and into the Passey's house. They weren't home at the time, but the night before her kids were out in the yard.

The Passeys say they're worried about the lack of barriers in the median and between the freeway and homes. There are barriers just south of their home.

UDOT says such barriers are placed based based on demand and history.

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