MILLCREEK, Utah, June 13, 2018 (Gephardt Daily) — Unified Police officials have identified three men who were injured by a truck that crashed into a Millcreek Starbucks on Friday morning.
The injured include Mitcheal Sellen, 47, of West Jordan, who remains in critical condition due to injuries sustained as well as a pre-existing medical condition, the Unified Police Department said in a news release Wednesday morning.
Also injured were Robert K. Dillard, 84, of Salt Lake City, and Roger Kirwin, 47, of Mosamin, Australia. Officials did not release the conditions of Dillard or Kirwin.
Identified later Friday was the victim killed in the crash; Joslyn Nicole Spilsbury, 48, of Salt Lake City.
The man behind the wheel was 34-year-old West Walker, of Oakley, Utah. No charges have yet been filed in the case.
Police are investigating whether a medical issue may have led to his losing control of his truck, which was carrying his two children as passengers. Walker and his two children were also injured.
“We have information that a truck driving on Highland at a high rate of speed went over the curb, and went into Starbucks,” said Rosie Rivera, Salt Lake County Sheriff, at the scene. “One person is deceased. The truck driver was just extricated. It doesn’t look like it was intentional.”