CLEARFIELD, Utah, Nov. 13, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — The Clearfield woman who died after arguing with her boyfriend and running into Interstate 15 traffic is being remembered as a creative soul, passionate about seeking the truth, and the mother of six.
Tiffany Ann Green, 43, died Saturday after she ran onto the northbound roadway near Bluffdale. Her boyfriend then drove his car across the traffic lane, to try to block Green from being hit, Utah Highway Patrol officials have said.
The boyfriend’s car was struck by a dump truck, which pushed the vehicle into Green, causing her death.
The boyfriend, whose name has not been released, was transported to an area hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries. The collision investigation closed I-15 northbound for multiple hours.
Green is survived by children age 2 to 23, her obituary says. She graduated from Weber High School, in Pleasant View, and married first husband and fellow graduate Michael Jason Hall.
“Tiffany was a sweet mother, daughter, sister and wife with a heart made of gold,” Green’s obituary says.
“She had an angelic singing voice and a creative side. She enjoyed scrapbooking, shopping, decorating, stenciling, journaling and spending time with her loved ones. Tiffany was a strong advocate for holistic medicine and organic food. She was passionate about spreading knowledge, the truth, and sharing her experiences.”
“Tiffany’s legacy is her love for her family and for God. Her love will forever remain alive in our hearts.”
Green’s funeral is set for Thursday afternoon in Ogden. For details on the service, click here.