LOGAN — Two people were injured — one critically — after being ejected from a vehicle following a two-car crash in northern Utah Wednesday night.
Just after 10 p.m., a Chevrolet Tahoe and a Nissan pickup truck collided at the intersection of state Route 165 and 1700 South near Logan after one of the vehicles ran a red light, according to a statement from the Utah Highway Patrol.
“After impact, the Chevy Tahoe struck three stationary vehicles in the northbound lanes. Both occupants in the Nissan pickup were unrestrained. The driver of the pickup was ejected,” the UHP stated.
The driver, whose identity was not immediately released, was flown by medical helicopter to a hospital in Salt Lake City. The passenger was extricated from the vehicle but injuries were described as not life-threatening, the UHP stated.
The four occupants of the Chevy were not injured.
The road was closed for four hours while troopers investigated the crash.