Update: Taylorsville roads closed in morning crash
TAYLORSVILLE, Utah — An accident involving a school bus closed 5400 South in both directions between 2200 and 2700 West.
According to Sgt. Jake Hill of the Taylorsville Police Department, a car was driving through a construction zone and clipped a few wires. One of those wires wrapped around the mirror of a school bus which immediately stopped.
Motorists waited for Rocky Mountain Power to arrive. It was determined there was no live current. Roads have been reopened.
The crash on 5400 South in Taylorsville possibly involves downed power lines. That why the road is closed between 2200 and 2700 West: https://t.co/HgbOlkpVcd
— KSL Traffic Center (@KSLTraffic) August 23, 2022
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