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Car crashes into Zions Bank in Tremonton

A woman drove a 4-door passenger car through the windows of a Tremonton Zions Bank while in reverse Monday afternoon, police say.

A woman drove a 4-door passenger car through the windows of a Tremonton Zions Bank while in reverse Monday afternoon, police say. (Tremonton Police)


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TREMONTON — A woman drove a 4-door passenger car through the windows of a Tremonton Zions Bank while in reverse Monday afternoon, police say.

Sgt. Josh Kearl with Tremonton police said they received the call at 3:48 p.m. on Monday. The woman reported she had swerved to avoid hitting another vehicle, Kearl said. He said the woman then hit a telephone pole and accelerated backward into the bank while trying to back out from the pole.

The bank, located at 340 E. Main in Tremonton, was closed at the time and no one was in the building. There were several people who witnessed the incident, but none of them was injured.

The car went into the office portion of the building and got stuck in the desks.

Because the incident happened on private property, no citations were issued to the woman Kearl said. The manager of Zions Bank responded to the incident.

Kearl said they estimate the crash caused over $1,500 in damage. He said they are suspecting medical issues, but have not determined yet if that is the case.

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Emily Ashcraft joined KSL.com as a reporter in 2021. She covers courts and legal affairs, as well as health, faith and religion news.

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