18-year-old in critical condition following T-Bone crash
EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah – At around 5 a.m. on SR-73 in Eagle Mountain, a Buick attempting to turn left crossed into the path of a Jeep, causing a T-Bone crash.
The 18-year-old driver of the Buick sustained critical injuries. A LifeFlight medical helicopter was called to take the driver to Utah Valley Hospital in Provo.
The Jeep had two occupants. The driver sustained minor injuries, but the passenger sustained serious back injuries. The passenger was taken to the Westlake Emergency Center in Saratoga Springs.
Cory B. Wride Highway was closed for several hours while police investigated the crash. Deputies say alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.
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