2 drivers, 1 dog injured in St. George collision — but where did the dog go?

The crumpled wreck of a 2017 Polaris side-by-side involved in a Wednesday afternoon crash is pictured on Mall Drive in St. George.

The crumpled wreck of a 2017 Polaris side-by-side involved in a Wednesday afternoon crash is pictured on Mall Drive in St. George. (James Holdaway, St. George News)



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ST. GEORGE — A T-bone collision involving two vehicles Wednesday afternoon led to both drivers heading to the hospital and, for a time, a missing canine.

St. George police officer Tiffany Mitchell said the crash occurred just before 2:20 p.m. at the intersection of Mall Drive and 2780 East Street.

When police, firefighters and paramedics arrived on scene, they found a heavily damaged 2022 Ford Maverick pickup and the crumpled remains of a street-legal 2017 Polaris RZR side-by-side.

Mitchell said it was determined that a 76-year-old woman driving the blue Ford had attempted a left turn in front of westbound traffic before being struck on the passenger side by a 61-year-old man driving the black Polaris utility task vehicle.

Read the full article at St. George News.

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