Investigators believe speed was a factor in a Millard County crash that killed an Enoch woman early Saturday morning.
Trina J. Lowry, 43, was driving north about 12:30 a.m. when she missed a curve and her car careened into the median, according to a Utah Highway Patrol press release.
Her Chevrolet Trailblazer rolled and hit a southbound semi trailer truck. The Trailblazer slammed in the rear of the sleeper and the front of the trailer, then came to rest right-side up in the southbound lanes.
The semi driver wasn't injured and pulled over, but Lowry died at the scene.
She was wearing a seatbelt, and police do not believe drugs or alcohol were involved. Highway lanes were closed for about two and half hours to clean up the crash.