HOLLADAY, Utah (ABC4 News) — The names have been released of the two people who died in a crash in Holladay Friday afternoon. The driver who died has been identified as 18-year-old Dallas Bench from Midvale. Felisha Sherie Hart, 27, of Millcreek also passed away in the incident.
HOLLADAY, Utah (ABC4 News) — 2 people are dead after a crash in Holladay Friday afternoon.
According to the Unified Police Department, the crash happened at 4500 South at Highland Drive.
UPD says that police were attempting to make a traffic stop of a vehicle when the vehicle took off, running a red light, and collided into the side of another vehicle. The car that ran the red light flipped over onto its roof, while the vehicle that was hit flipped over onto its side, police said.
The vehicle that ran the red light was carrying 5 passengers, 2 of which were killed in the accident. The other 3 passengers of the vehicle were taken to the hospital where they are said to be in critical condition.
The woman who was driving the car that was hit was taken to a local hospital where she is said to be in critical condition.
Just before 3 p.m., the Utah Department of Transportation posted an update on their Twitter account announced that all directions at the intersection 4500 South at Highland Drive are closed
UPD says that the intersection will be closed until 9 p.m. Friday evening.
This is a developing story and will be updated as ABC4 receives more information.
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