Fatal crash south of Moab
SALT LAKE CITY — This morning at 7:30 a.m. a fatal crash south of Moab occurred, according to the Utah Department of Public Safety, DPS.
DPS said a Ram pickup truck crossed the centerline going southbound, on SR-191 milepost 114, and hit a Ford pickup heading northbound near Moab.
Utah Highway Patrol Troopers are investigating drowsiness as a potential cause.
DPS reported that a female driving the Ram truck died as a result of the crash. Also, a child and male passenger in the truck were transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The male driver of the Ford was also transported to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
Troopers are currently investigating a fatal crash on SR-191 at MP 114 just south of Moab. Two vehicles are involved with multiple people transported to area hospitals. Traffic is being alternated in one lane. pic.twitter.com/MMeqWLzKbe
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) June 18, 2022
This story will be updated.
Today’s Top Stories
- Murray Police warning public to be on lookout for scam
- Pickup truck crash leaves two dead
- Three-vehicle crash in Stansbury Park sends two people to hospital
- Nations largest pig farm exposed, two face criminal charges
- The sad history of Tragedy Spring
- ‘Any kind of abuse … is an abomination,’ President Nelson says at Saturday morning session
- Saturday morning conference session makes history
- Crash involving RV leaves one dead
- Water levels indicate that Utah’s water conservation efforts are working
- Teen arrested, suspected of aggravated murder in Salt Lake City