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Herriman, UT – Car Accident – Baby Girl Killed


Accident Information

Date & Location
April 9, 2018
Mountain View Corridor, Herriman, UT, USA
Persons Involved
What Happened?

Just before a deadly crash Monday night, a caller reported a truck driving recklessly and speeding on Mountain View Corridor near Herriman, police say. Two minutes later, at 7:18 p.m., a truck crashed into another truck and a minivan at the highway’s northbound intersection with Rosecrest Road (about 14500 South) in Herriman, killing an infant girl and sending six others to the hospital. As of Tuesday morning, two of the victims remained in critical condition with life-threatening injuries, including a 24-year-old woman who was a passenger in the northbound truck and a 34-year-old man who was the driver of the truck that was hit, according to Unified police.

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