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(KSL News) -- There were a couple of traffic accidents today, but with no serious injuries.
One at I-215 and 47th south on the west side of the belt route was the most serious. Investigators say the driver made a lane change, saw a car, and swerved to miss it, then hit the retaining wall.
The driver was taken to the hospital by ambulance, but her injuries aren't believed to be serious.
Another driver trying to get on to the highway ended up in a building instead. Police say the man was driving along 700 West near 600 South in Salt Lake when he decided to make a U-turn.
Instead of slowing down he attempted the U-turn at about 35-miles an hour and didn't make it.
There was damage to the truck and the business. The driver walked away unharmed.