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UHP Encourages Carbon County Motorists to Comply with Advisory Sign Traffic Alerts

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In recent months, numerous accidents have occurred at a blind curve on U.S. Highway 6 at mile post 229 above the Carbon Power Plant in Price Canyon. The accidents have resulted in lane closures and delays to travelers. The causes of the crashes have been determined to be speed too fast in conjunction with rainy weather and wet roads. UDOT has placed a message board advising motorists to exercise caution and reduce speed to 45 miles per hour near the curve. There is also a slippery road sign posted on the road just before travelers enter the curve. Advisories are placed to alert drivers about the traffic conditions on specific portions of roadways. The Utah Highway Patrol encourages Carbon County motorists to pay attention to the advisory signs at various locations throughout the route between Helper and Spanish Fork.

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