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Injured child taken to hospital following head-on collision in Kaysville

Injured child taken to hospital following head-on collision in Kaysville

(Kaysville Fire Department, Facebook)



KAYSVILLE — A child was taken to Primary Children's Hospital after a small passenger vehicle and a pickup truck pulling a trailer crashed on Wednesday, according to the Davis County Sheriff's Office.

It was about 7 p.m. when officials from several agencies were notified of a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 89 at Crestwood Road in Kaysville, according to a Kaysville Fire Department Facebook post, Paramedics from the Kaysville Fire Department, Layton City Fire and Davis County Sheriff's Office, and Utah Highway Patrol troopers responded to the scene.

One patient was transported by ambulance "to an area trauma center," and a second was treated and released at the scene, Kaysville authorities said. Officials from the Davis County Sheriff's Office told KSL the transported patient is "a minor" and was taken to Primary Children's Hospital.

The Davis County Sheriff's Office paramedics provided medical assistance and UHP troopers handled the scene, according to Kaysville's post.

UHP was still on the scene at 8:57 p.m., Kaysville fire officials said, and traffic may be impacted as they conduct their investigation.

Further information, including the age or the condition of the child, was not released.

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