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Woman critical after collision with semi on I-15
First Published Jun 19 2013 10:46 pm • Last Updated Jun 20 2013 05:15 pm

A woman suffered critical head injuries when her minivan collided with a semitrailer truck Wednesday on Interstate 15 near Provo.

The woman, about 60, was driving south on the University Avenue on-ramp onto Interstate 15 when she lost control of her minivan and struck the semi, troopers wrote in a news statement. The woman was taken to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center.

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Investigators say speed may have been a factor in the crash.

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