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I-215 reopens following 4-car accident



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(KSL News) Interstate 215 on the west side of the Salt Lake Valley is back open this morning following a four-car pileup.

Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Thomas DeCarlo says a driver going southbound on I-215 made a lane change near 2300 North and clipped another vehicle, sending it spinning out of control into the center lane. Then two other vehicles hit it.

All four drivers received minor injuries and are expected to be OK.

Troopers had to shut down I-215 southbound in that area, as well as part of the southbound Legacy Parkway. The roads reopened after about an hour.

Get traffic updates this morning on KSL Newsradio 102.7 FM/1160 AM.

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