UTAH COUNTY – September 24, 2015 (Gephardt Daily) – Four men were injured Wednesday night when the car they were riding in rolled two hundred feet down an embankment on a mountain road in Utah County.
According to Provo Battalion Fire Chief Kevin Paxton, the car was going too fast to make the curve on a remote stretch of Squaw Peak Road at the time of the accident.
The car rolled several times before coming to a stop, all four men received moderate injuries that are non life threatening.
All four men, thought to be in their twenties, were wearing seat belts. Police say it likely saved their lives.
We’ll more on this story as information becomes available.