WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah, Feb. 11, 2016 (Gephardt Daily) — Officials are investigating after a car rolled into the front yard of a home in West Valley City and took out a tree.
West Valley City Police spokesperson Roxeanne Vainuku said authorities are treating the crash at 3443 W. 4100 South overnight as a DUI.
Vainuku said the single vehicle accident was dispatched as a rollover in the early hours of Thursday morning. Upon arrival, officers determined there were three occupants in the suspect vehicle.
Two male occupants were able to exit the vehicle, but the female occupant needed to be extricated. The two males were evaluated on scene and medically cleared. The female was transported by ambulance to IMC in critical condition.
Vainuku said the suspect vehicle was travelling westbound on 4100 South and crossed over the eastbound lanes, striking an unoccupied parked truck. The truck was parked on 4100 South facing east.
After the impact, the suspect vehicle rolled onto its side, causing damage to a tree and a support wire to the power pole located at this address.
Rocky Mountain Power was notified and a technician came out to fix the problem.
The identities of the three people in the accident are not being released at this time.