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The injured individual was transported to a nearby hospital for further medical attention
PARK CITY, Utah — Thursday morning, emergency responders from the Park City Fire Department, along with other law enforcement agencies, rushed to the scene of a car vs. dump truck collision on Interstate 80 at Mile Marker 145.
The incident, which occurred at approximately 8:10 a.m., involved a passenger car rear-ending a dump truck, resulting in significant damage to the car and requiring immediate response from PCFD and other agencies.
Upon arrival at the scene, PCFD personnel worked diligently to extricate the trapped occupant from the severely damaged passenger car. The injured individual was transported to a nearby hospital for further medical attention.
According to PCFD, the patient is in stable condition.
UDOT is reporting the two right lanes are closed with an estimated clearance time of 9:30 a.m.
Multiple units from PCFD were deployed to the scene, including Medic Engine 35, Heavy Rescue 36, Engine 33, and Medic Ambulance 37. Additionally, there was Battalion Chief 3, Summit County Deputies, and the Utah Highway Patrol.
EB I-80 at MP 145 (East of Kimball Jct) Summit Co.
2 Right Lanes Closed
Est. Clearance Time: 9:30 AM
For updates: https://t.co/jaVMw7e9Jm
— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) October 19, 2023