Authorities with details of the crash from the Utah State Police have released the name of the 47-year-old woman killed in a road accident in Parowan, UT on Monday, November 11th, 2013, according to KSL Utah. Police currently have reason to believe Kaynita Spencer was killed when the tractor-trailer she drove experienced a loss of control for reasons currently under investigation while driving on Highway 20. The semi truck left the road before rolling.
According to the report in the media, Kaynita Spencer sustained massive injuries in the accident and was pronounced dead on the scene by emergency response personnel when they arrived. Police expect to release more formation pertaining to the accident as their investigation continues. No other injuries were reported in the accident.
Scene of the Accident
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