TABIONA, Duchesne County — A northeastern Utah highway has opened one week after a clogged culvert created a 40-foot-wide sink hole that killed a teenage girl.
Utah Department of Transportation spokeswoman Tania Mashburn says state Route 35 near Tabiona is now open for travel.
The road collapse happened just before midnight on July 13.
— Associated Press
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