UPDATE: 10/31/22 2:00 P.M.

SALT CITY LAKE, Utah (ABC4) – New details have been released on the Sugar House crash that left a woman in critical condition Monday, October 31.

SLCPD Sgt. Mark Wian says at approximately 10:48 a.m., SLC911 received multiple calls about a person hit by a car.

The Salt Lake City Fire Department responded to the scene and found a woman, 74, in the roadway.

Sgt. Wian states that life-saving measures were immediately taken at the scene before the woman was taken by Gold Cross Ambulance to the hospital, where she reportedly remains in critical condition.

Sgt. Wian says the driver was turning southbound onto 900 East, leaving a business, when they struck the woman with their car.

The driver reportedly remained on scene and is cooperating with police.

SLCPD’s Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team responded to the scene due to the extent of the woman’s injuries, and is investigating the incident at this time.

Road closures in the area of 900 East from 2100 South to Elm Ave. have reportedly been lifted, Sgt. Wian states.

No further information is currently available.

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ORIGINAL POST: 10/31/22 12:13 P.M.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC4) – Salt Lake City Police Officers are at the scene of a car crash near Sugar House that left a woman in critical condition Monday.

Police say a woman was walking during the incident, which reportedly occurred at 2135 South 900 East, and has suffered critical injuries.

The SLCPD Major Crash Team is responding to the accident.

The area of 900 East from 2100 South to Elm Ave. will reportedly be closed for several hours.

Police are asking the public to please avoid the area.

No further information is currently available.