PARK CITY, Utah, April 15, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — Park City firefighters are warning drivers to use caution after a car hydroplaned on Interstate 80 Monday morning.
A tweet from Park City Fire Department said the incident occurred on eastbound I-80 at mile marker 138 at approximately 8 a.m.
The incident was only a “small fender bender,” the tweet said, and there were no injuries and no delays to traffic.
“Use caution and be safe,” the tweet concluded.
A tweet from the National Weather Service, Salt Lake City, said there is one more storm system that will impact most of the state Tuesday and Wednesday, then the week will end on a warmer and sunnier note.
“Changeable weather, typical of spring, will visit Utah this week with a plethora of weather conditions,” the tweet said. “Statewide, Tuesday will be the most unsettled and coolest day, but improving conditions will return rapidly Wednesday through the end of the week.”