SUNDAY 11/7/21 3:28 p.m.
LINDON, Utah (ABC4) – Authorities have released more information regarding a semi-truck that crashed into a Lindon home on Sunday.
Utah County Troopers say the incident happened along I-15 northbound near mile marker 274 around 4 a.m. Officials believe a medical condition may have caused the crash, although an investigation is still being conducted.
When the semi-truck veered off the road and into a nearby home, authorities say the truck took out about 100 feet of fencing that divided the highway from the city roads.
Authorities say the truck continued moving in an eastbound direction where it crashed into the front exterior of a home, wrecking an awning and breaking some windows before finally stopping.
The semi-truck driver was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. Officials say no other injuries were reported.
Original Story: Semi-truck crashes into Utah County home, troopers investigating
SUNDAY 11/7/21 9:11 a.m.
UTAH COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – Authorities are investigating an incident involving a semi-truck crashing into a home on Sunday morning.
Utah County Troopers say the incident happened along I-15 northbound near mile marker 274. Officials say a semi-truck drove off the road and crashed into a nearby home. The events leading up to the crash are not yet known.
The condition of the semi-truck driver and any victims has not been released. Authorities are still investigating the scene. Traffic is not being affected at this time.
ABC4 will update this story when more information becomes available.