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Seat belts Credited with Saving Two Passengers From Injuries

Seat belts Credited with Saving Two Passengers From Injuries



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(KSL News) Seat belts made a difference for three people involved in a high speed crash early this morning.

Seat belts Credited with Saving Two Passengers From Injuries

The driver was speeding southbound on I-15, near the south interchange when he lost control, hit the barriers twice, and slammed into a retaining wall. The driver was not wearing a seat belt and had to be flown to the hospital with serious injuries.

Seat belts Credited with Saving Two Passengers From Injuries

At least two other people in the car were wearing seat belts and walked away from the accident. Officials say alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.

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