A teen driver in one pickup and 3 adults in another pickup were injured after a teen ran a stop sign and collided with the other pickup. 3 were taken to area hospitals and one was treated on scene.
On June 9, 2015, at 1225, Deputies with the Utah County Sheriff's Officer were dispatched to a report of a two vehicle crash on SR-73 near Mustang Way in Eagle Mountain. This is near mile marker 32. Witnesses told Deputies that a blue pickup was driving south on Mustang Way approaching SR-73. There is a stop sign for traffic on Mustang Way and witnesses report that the driver of the blue pickup did not stop for that sign. There was a silver pickup driving east and as the driver of the blue pickup ran the stop sign it collided with the silver pickup. The driver of the blue pickup was a 17 year old boy from Eagle Mountain. The silver pickup was driven by a 66 year old Cedar Fort man. His 31 year old son, also from Cedar Fort, was in the front seat and his 71 year old wife was in the back seat. The teenage driver was not wearing a seat belt and was flown to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo in serious but not life threatening condition. The driver of the silver pickup was extricated by Unified Fire and Lehi Fire personnel. He and his wife were taken by ambulance to area hospitals in serious but not life threatening condition. The son was treated for minor injuries at the scene. There is no indication that drugs or alcohol were factors in this crash.
For questions contact Sergeant Spencer Cannon, Public Information Officer, Utah County Sheriff's Office. (801)404-1912. Twitter: SGTCannonPIO