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Condition of I-215 rollover victims improves
First Published Aug 31 2012 07:54 am • Last Updated Aug 31 2012 04:17 pm

Two women were in improved condition Friday, the day after being ejected during a rollover on Interstate 215.

Utah Highway Patrol Cpl. Todd Johnson said the women had initially been reported in critical condition when taken — one by air and the other by ground ambulance — to the hospital Thursday night. Both women had been upgraded to serious condition as of Friday morning, he said.

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The male driver and another female passenger, meanwhile, were treated for minor injuries and released.

Johnson said the driver was the only occupant wearing a seat belt when he lost control of the van at 9:41 p.m. Thursday. The van then rolled off the left side of an off-ramp connecting Interstate 215 and Interstate 80 near the Salt Lake City International Airport.

No citations had been issued as the accident remains under investigation.


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