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Student athlete from USU Eastern killed in crash on SR-6
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Highway Patrol and Utah State University East have confirmed that an accident Saturday, Oct. 22, killed 18-year-old Lauren Bradshaw.
The UHP said Lauren Bradshaw was driving a Toyota Corolla eastbound on SR-6 near mile marker 211. For an unknown reason, Bradshaw left the eastbound lane and struck, head on, a Ford-350 pulling a camper in the westbound lane.
Driver Alert: Cleared: The fatal incident on US-6 at milepost 210 (Soldier Summit) has been cleared. All traffic has resumed normal flow through the area. Please continue to use caution due to continued weather in the area. @UDOTRegionthree @UtahDOT @UtahTrucking
— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) October 23, 2022
It was raining and snowing at the time of the crash, UHP Trooper Quincey Breur told KSL.
Bradshaw was a freshman on the Utah State University Eastern campus.
“Lauren was a freshman on campus and a member of the women’s soccer team,” said Utah State University Eastern Chief Campus Administrator, Greg Dart.
“We are devastated by this heartbreaking news and are assisting students, coaches, teammates, and friends during this trying time. Lauren will always be a part of our campus community.”
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