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Encounter with coal truck sends two to Castleview Hospital


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Fire Chief Scott Rowley and another fire fighter use pneumatic equipment to bend out the front of a car that collided with a coal haul truck, pinning the driver inside. That accident, which took place about 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday morning at the intersection of US 6 and Ridge Road hurt the two occupants of the small car, sending them both to the hospital. Units from Wellington, Price, and the Utah Highway Patrol responded to the midday mishap, which made a mess but only tied up traffic on the highway for a short while. The accident is still under investigation.


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