Three pedestrians injured in South Salt Lake car crash
SOUTH SALT LAKE — Three people, including a 1-year-old child, were injured Monday evening as they were struck on a sideway by a vehicle, police say.
According to police, a GMC truck was turning north at the intersection of 3300 South West Temple when it collided with a Volvo passenger vehicle that was traveling westbound. Police say the Volvo was pushed onto the sidewalk, striking a man, woman and a 1-year-old child, who were waiting to cross the road.
The condition of those injured is not known. However, police say that all injured individuals were transported to an area hospital.
Police say to avoid the area as there is a lot of traffic congestion. Police recommend taking an alternate route.
This story will be updated.
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