Murray, UT — A police officer had to be taken to the hospital following an accident with a tanker truck in Murray, Utah, on Friday, June 19, 2015. The accident took place near the intersection of 4500 S. and 500 W.
Local reports say that both vehicles were in the process of turning when the collision happened. The police officer suffered minor injuries. He was taken to a local hospital, treated, and released.
Officials said that the truck was hauling fuel, but that none of it spilled in the accident.
The names of those involved haven’t been released. Police are continuing with their investigation. At this time, who’s at fault in the crash isn’t clear.
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Scene of the Accident
View from the Road
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