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Standing water slows traffic on northbound I-15 near Alpine

ALPINE, Utah — Northbound traffic on I-15 in the Alpine area has been slowed considerably by standing water, though all lanes remain open in the area. 118 more words

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I-15 open again after crash at Point of the Mountain

LEHI, Utah — Officials have reopened southbound I-15 near Point of the Mountain after a crash forced them to close all southbound lanes.

The crash occurred around 3:50 and southbound I-15 was closed at mile post 285. 40 more words

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Man ejected during crash on I-15 on-ramp suffers serious injuries

SALT LAKE CITY — A man who was ejected from his vehicle during a rollover crash on an  I-15 on-ramp Saturday suffered serious injuries that included wounds to the head. 125 more words

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SUV lands on its roof after rollover; lane of northbound I-15 blocked

SANDY, Utah – Two lanes of northbound I-15 were closed near 90th South in Sandy Saturday after an SUV rolled over and came to rest on its roof, but later Saturday afternoon the closure was reduced to a single lane. 131 more words

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Man suffers serious injuries after colliding with semitrailer parked along highway on-ramp

SOUTHERN UTAH – A man was taken to a hospital in serious condition Wednesday after he collided with the back of a semitrailer that was parked on the side of an on-ramp with its tires partially in the lane of travel, and authorities said the man was traveling close to 75 mph when he crashed into the back of the truck. 297 more words

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Transportation headlines, Wednesday, May 6

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Man hit, killed after getting out of vehicle following crash on I-15

MIDVALE, Utah — Officials have identified a man hit and killed in an accident on Interstate 15 Friday night.

Prior to the fatal accident, a crash occurred in northbound lanes at 7800 South on I-15 at about 9:25 p.m. 88 more words

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