Millcreek, UT – Vehicle Crash In Construction Zone On I-215 At 3500 South Causes Injuries

Millcreek, UT (September 14, 2022) – On Wednesday, September 14th, a collision involving at least two vehicles took place in a construction zone in the Millcreek area of Interstate 215.

According to sources, the incident happened at about 2:25 p.m. on the southbound side of the roadway in the area of 3500 South. The involved vehicles were left blocking traffic following the impact. 

Highway patrol and paramedics were both on the scene. They moved at least one patient to a local hospital in unknown condition.

No additional information has been made available.

Our thoughts are with the injured victim and their family at this time. We hope for their full recovery.

Not all negligence that causes car accidents stems from another driver. Every year, numerous victims are harmed in accidents caused by dangerous road conditions. When Utah residents get behind the wheel, they do so believing that the streets and highways they are about to drive on were not only designed but also maintained with their safety in mind. 

Some of the hazardous conditions that could potentially justify legal action where dangerous road conditions are concerned include:

  • Uncollected debris or defects in the roadway that are known to UDOT representatives or officials
  • Construction crews or utility workers fail to obey important safety standards and guidelines when working and fail to properly maintain their equipment
  • An inherently unsafe road design, including inclines that are dangerous in inclement weather
  • Poorly designed or unmarked bike lanes, especially close to traffic circles
  • A poor or obstructed line of sight at an intersection
  • An absent or damaged guardrail
  • No or insufficient warning signals or signs such as the ones required at railway crossings

Hazardous road conditions can also include obstructed or improper signage, inadequate lighting, poor road construction, unsafe speed limits, malfunctioning stoplights, potholes, uneven asphalt, and more.

Depending on the cause of the accident, a town, county, utility company, or construction company may be responsible for your injuries. When these entities fail to develop and upkeep roadways and their surrounding areas in a safe manner, dangerous accidents can happen.  

If you sustained an injury caused by another person or entity’s negligent behavior, contact the Utah personal injury lawyers at Jardine Law Offices P.C. by calling (801) 350-3506 to schedule a no-obligation case assessment to see how we can help you.

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