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Logan man hit by truck in crosswalk is upgraded to fair condition

Published November 21, 2013 7:45 am
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A Logan man who was hit by a truck in a crosswalk earlier this week was upgraded to fair condition on Wednesday.

Chris Dallin, spokesman for Ogden's McKay-Dee Hospital, confirmed that Tarique Fasih Zaman, 33, appeared to be out of danger. Zaman had been listed in critical condition after he was hit in a Logan crosswalk 11:15 a.m. Monday.

Zaman was crossing 400 North at 200 East when a northbound truck driver turned left and hit the man, knocking him to the pavement.

Suffering head trauma, Zaman was first taken to Logan Regional Hospital and then flown to McKay-Dee.

No citations had been issued as the accident remained under investigation.


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