Car bursts into flames after colliding with cement barrier
SALT LAKE CITY — Police are investigating a car accident on I-215 that killed one woman after her car collided with a cement barrier Wednesday.
The car was travelling eastbound on I-215 at 100 West when it veered into the median, traveled between the two concrete barriers dividing eastbound and westbound travel lanes and collided with a concrete pillar that supports the tracks used by UTA Trax, according to the accident report.
The vehicle burst into flames upon impact and the driver died on scene. The driver has not been identified.
The cause of the accident is still unknown.
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