Tremonton woman still critical after SR-30 head-on crash

Published January 31, 2013 8:00 am
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A 20-year-old Tremonton woman remained in critical condition Thursday, two days after colliding head-on with a minivan on snowy and windblown State Road 30 near Bear River.

Chris Dallin, spokesman for Ogden's McKay-Dee Hospital, confirmed that Camille Trimble's condition Thursday was unchanged from when she was brought in with head injuries Tuesday morning.

The Utah Highway Patrol said the accident occurred when Trimble lost control of her westbound Chevrolet Cobalt and spun into the path of an eastbound Chevrolet Uplander minivan.

The 28-year-old minivan driver, also a woman from Tremonton, sustained serious but non-life threatening leg injuries.


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