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Police: 9 injured in wrong-way Mountain View Corridor crash

(Unified Police Department)

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HERRIMAN — Nine people are injured — and several are in "grave" condition — after a white minivan collided with a silver SUV driving the wrong way on Mountain View Corridor on Saturday night, according to police.

According to Unified Police Lt. Lex Bell, both drivers are in serious condition, and the front passengers are in critical condition.

The white minivan contained two adults and five children, according to Bell. He said all five children are in fair condition.

Police said southbound lanes on Mountain View Corridor will be closed for several hours near 14600 S.

Police do not suspect alcohol played a role in the crash, but it's unclear why the driver of the SUV was going the wrong way, they said.

The Utah Department of Transportation confirmed AirMed and Life Flight are on the scene.



Daphne Chen


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