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Two critically hurt in West Valley City crash

Published June 23, 2013 11:49 pm
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Two males were critically injured in a crash Sunday evening in West Valley City.

A minivan going south on 4000 West ran a red light upon reaching South Frontage Road (2100 South), said West Valley City Police Sgt. Trudy Cropper. The minivan struck an eastbound truck about 7:30 p.m., causing the truck to spin around and flip onto its side, she said.

Both drivers were taken to the hospital with critical but not life-threatening injuries, Cropper said. Neither had any passengers.

Police shut down the area for a while to clear the crash and give the Utah Department of Transportation room to repair some damage to the road.

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