UPDATE: All lanes open after auto-pedestrian crash on SR-201 in Magna
MAGNA, Utah — A pedestrian was seriously injured Monday morning after they were hit by a vehicle on SR-201.
A Utah Highway Patrol spokesman said a Ford Ranger was traveling eastbound on SR-201 near 8000 West. As the driver approached traffic that was stopped, they lost control of their vehicle and crossed into the westbound lanes.
The UHP said the driver hit an adult male who was setting up traffic control. The pedestrian was transported in critical condition.
The Utah Highway Patrol closed the westbound lanes of SR-201 at 7200 West in Magna. By late morning on Monday, all lanes had reopened.
Emergency crews are closing the westbound lanes of SR-201 at 7200 west in Magna for an auto pedestrian crash. Has alternate routes. pic.twitter.com/8FgDUryXey
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) May 2, 2022
Today’s Top Stories
- Officer-involved shooting causes delays on I-15 in Davis County
- Utah County man pleads guilty to death of West Jordan teenager
- Man arrested in relation to Provo Towne Center Mall bomb threat
- Former American Fork soccer coach arrested on charges of child sexual abuse
- Be Ready Utah: What you need in your emergency winter car kit
- Two people hurt in auto-pedestrian collision in Orem
- Genealogy research now tax deductible for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Salt Lake City Police investigate deadly auto-pedestrian collision
- The DWR to update management of black bears
- Bingham High students build intricate gingerbread cathedral