Car stuck on Trax tracks after sliding on slick roads
Dec 13, 2022, 6:17 AM | Updated: 10:36 am
(Utah Highway Patrol)
SALT LAKE CITY — Wintery conditions hit overnight creating problems for morning commuters.
According to Lt. Jorgenson with the West Valley Police Department a car is reportedly stuck on the southbound tracks near 3500 South 2700 West after sliding on slick roads.
#WVC 3500 S 2700 W. A car has slid in the #snow and is on the @RideUTA Trax alignment in #WestValley. This might cause some delays. A wrecker has already been called to remove the vehicle. pic.twitter.com/HNkTj6JINU
— SLCScanner (@SLCScanner) December 13, 2022
Crews were called to remove the vehicle. The Utah Transit Authority has listed several weather delays via Twitter.
Related: UTA staffing shortages cause TRAX delays
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