Overheated brakes cause semitruck crash into Utah condos
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A semitruck has crashed into a Utah condominium community near the location of a similar crash last year.
KUTV-TV reported Thursday that Utah Highway Patrol reported that a semitruck carrying chocolate milk crashed into condos in Garden City about 122 miles (196 kilometers) north of Salt Lake City.
Authorities say the crash was a result of overheating brakes and that the driver sustained non-life threatening injuries.
Officials say the crash occurred just west of where a semitruck drove into a sporting goods store October of last year after its brakes overheated on Highway 89 killing the driver.
Authorities shared a video on Twitter of the semi driving down the highway and crashing into the condo community.
Authorities say it was “very unfortunate no one was in this semi’s path.”
Information from: KUTV-TV, http://www.kutv.com/