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1 person extracted after Magna double rollover crash



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MAGNA — Crews responded to a double rollover crash near 8120 W. 3500 South in Magna.

One person had to be extracted from a car following the crash, which took place at about 4:30 p.m., according to Unified police detective Chuck Malm.

Two vehicles rolled over in the crash, but there was possibly a third vehicle involved, Malm said.

The people involved in the crash avoided serious injuries, he said. One was in good condition while two others, including the person extracted, were in fair condition.

Malm said 3500 South would be closed in both directions until about 6:30 p.m. as crews cleaned up the crash scene.

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Jacob Klopfenstein is a breaking news reporter and entertainment editor for KSL.com. He has been with KSL.com since 2017 and is originally from Indiana. He has previously reported for newspapers in Auburn, Indiana and Cortez, Colorado.

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