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(KSL News) -- Southbound I-15 was not looking pretty this morning. A six-vehicle crash around 8800 South caused huge delays.
The Highway Patrol closed the three outside lanes for nearly two hours while they attempted to clean up the debris.
Officers say a commercial vehicle loaded with glass took a hard brake and jack-knifed, causing four passenger vehicles and one motorcycle to crash.
Lieutenant Shawn Judd says it was the typical, crowded morning commute.
Shawn Judd, Utah Highway Patrol: “You, as an operator of your vehicle, it is your responsibility that you have enough distance in front of you and the vehicle in front of you to stop, that you're paying attention to the things around you."
Four people were taken to the hospital, but luckily no one was seriously injured.