One person was killed in an accident in Tooele County, one of several collisions in Utah on Monday.
Douglas Aron Moormann, 31, Tooele.
The fatal accident occurred about 3:25 p.m. on U-36 east of Stansbury Park, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. A sedan driven by a 17-year-old was traveling north, crossed the center line and struck Moormann's station wagon. He was dead at the scene.
The 17-year-old was airlifted to University Hospital. His condition was not released.
An 82-year-old woman was in critical condition Monday following a head-on collision in Little Cottonwood Canyon.
The woman drifted into on-coming traffic while driving down the canyon about 7:51 a.m., said Salt Lake County Sheriff's Sgt. Todd Griffiths. Investigators were unsure why the vehicle drifted out of its lane but did not believe speed, alcohol or drugs were factors.
The elderly woman hit another vehicle head-on while turning a corner about a mile up the canyon. The two people in the other vehicle were listed in serious and fair conditions Monday.
Little Cottonwood was shut down for several hours while crews attended to the accident.
Slick conditions also forced police to shut down Bangerter Highway between 7800 South and 9400 South for about 30 minutes Monday beginning about 7:45 a.m.
Nearly a dozen accidents were reported on that stretch of road prior to its closure. No serious injuries were reported.
South Jordan police Capt. Dan Pearson said cloud seeding from the airport was being blamed for making the road icy.