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(KSL News) Weather was a factor in a crash involving two sheriff's deputies in Salt Lake County.
Authoriites say the deputies were responding to rollover on U-111 around 2:00 this morning.
One deputy was following another to the crash when one of them made a U-turn at the top of a hill in his patrol car. The other deputy didn't see the vehicle coming, and slid into it.
Lt. Chris Bertram, Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office: "The other patrol car came over the crest of the hill, didn't see him in time, very slick situation here on U-111, was unable to stop, and struck his car."
It appears both patrol cars have been totalled, but the deputies are okay. Both were hospitalized with minor injuries, but have since been released.