Sheriff's office worried about safety of road

Sheriff's office worried about safety of road

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WEBER COUNTY -- The Weber County Sheriff's Office plans to more strictly enforce speed limits and snow tire requirements on the road leading to Powder Mountain Ski resort, according to the Deseret News.

This follows a summer motor home crash that killed one person on the road. Sheriff's officials say the road is steeper than most roads used by large vehicles.

Officials at Powder Mountain say any improvements to make the road safer would be up to the Department of Transporation, since the road is a state highway.

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