Heavy rain played part in Parowan rollover crash 

PAROWAN, UT – Heavy rain conditions on northbound I-15 in Parowan led a driver of a brown Honda CRV to lose control of their car, drift off the road, and overturn Sunday. 

The force of this collision led the vehicle to overturn upside down after encountering the standing water, according to St. George News. While it was not confirmed, it appears the driver may have not reduced their speed when driving on these rainy roads.

The driver and passenger were taken to a hospital for examination, and while officials said they did not sustain serious injuries, it is unclear if they suffered minor wounds. Both occupants wore seatbelts which could have aided in preventing such severe injuries. 

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