SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – The Monday morning snowfall caused a slow and go commute for motorists going through Utah, Salt Lake and Davis Counties due to several crashes. The Utah Department of Transportation tweeted about multiple rollover crashes throughout the Wasatch Front. The ones that caused the most significant delays were on I-15 Southbound in Orem and I-215 in Davis County where a semi truck jackknifed.
SB I-15 at MP 273 (200 S / Orem) Utah Co.
Est. Clearance Time: 10:36 AM— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) December 4, 2017
NB I-15 at MP 282 (Lehi) Utah Co.
Est. Clearance Time: 10:19 AM— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) December 4, 2017
NB I-15 at MP 265 (Center St / Provo) Utah Co.
Est. Clearance Time: 9:31 AM— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) December 4, 2017
SB I-15 at MP 328 (200 N/SR-273) Davis Co.
Est. Clearance Time: 9:18 AM— UDOT Traffic (@UDOTTRAFFIC) December 4, 2017
ABC4’s Brittany Johnson spoke to drivers who had mixed feelings about the snowfall. “I hate the snow! I really do,” said Jordan Wright, who woke up to the snow in Bountiful. John Cunningham, who is from Los Angeles, is in Utah on business. He stopped at the gas station to buy a snow scraper and told ABC4 he wasn’t ready for the cold weather. “I don’t like the snow,” said Cunningham. “I’m from California. It gets cold at 70 (degrees).” Candi Foster lives in Bountiful and said she’s ready for the snow. “I’ve been waiting for it and got the house all decorated and even wore my snow jammies last night,” Foster said.
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