Northbound Mountain View Corridor reopened after accident leaves 3 injured

Northbound Mountain View Corridor reopened after accident leaves 3 injured

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WEST VALLEY CITY — Northbound Mountain View Corridor at 6200 South is open following a car crash that left one person in critical and two in serious condition Sunday afternoon, authorities said.

The two-car crash, which appears to be a red light violation, occurred at approximately 2:30 p.m., West Valley Police Sgt. Jason Johnson said. Three people, two men and one woman, were involved in the crash.

The Utah Department of Transportation confirmed that all lanes are reopen following the accident. Northbound traffic was closed from the time of the clash until approximately 8 p.m.

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Katie Workman is a former KSL.com and KSL-TV reporter who works as a politics contributor. She has degrees from Cambridge and the University of Utah, and she's passionate about sharing stories about elections, the environment and southern Utah.

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