LOGAN, UT — A major head-on crash sent three individuals to the hospital in Logan, Utah on Thursday, April 10th, 2014, according to a news report from Cache Valley Daily.
Authorities have said that they have reason to believe 29-year-old Brian Schofield was hurt when the pickup truck he was a passenger drifted into the lanes of oncoming traffic and collided with another car while driving on Highway 200.
Scene of the Accident
Brian Schofield was taken by EMS responders to a nearby hospital with unspecified injuries. The driver of the offending vehicle was identified in the report as Alvin Henson, who currently faces drunk driving related charges in connection with the accident.
The investigation is currently ongoing.
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–Grossman Law Offices