I-15 rollover at Utah’s mile marker 14.5, injuries but no Life Flight

Emergency and Highway Patrol respond to rollover at mile marker 14.5 on Interstate 15, Washington, Utah, June 18, 2012 | Photo by Jeremy Crawford for St. George News

WASHINGTON COUNTY – A vehicle rollover on Interstate 15 at mile marker 14.5 blocked one of three northbound lanes this afternoon while Utah Highway Patrol and Utah Department of Transportation responded to the scene and performed clean up.

UHP’s Cpl. Todd Johnson said that although Life Flight was dispatched to the scene, it was subsequently called off.

The vehicle’s driver suffered broken ribs and lacerations to the head, Johnson said. There were no passengers.

Clean up was ongoing at 5:15 p.m. Johnson did not yet have a report on the cause of the accident.

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1 Comment

  • Matt Densley June 19, 2012 at 2:57 am

    A friend of mine was two cars behind the man that crashed. He was driving an older bronco and the tie rod broke on one Of the front tires. He lost control and went off the road. I saw the bronco after it was very mashed up. He is lucky to be alive.

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