Pickup truck driver hurt in crash with stop signs, St. George home 

ST. GEORGE, UT – A driver sustained minor injuries after he leaned down to grab something in his pickup truck and crashed into two stop signs and a St. George home Sunday. 

St. George News said this collision was reported around 1 p.m. and occurred on South 490 West. When the pickup truck driver crashed, his truck overturned on its side. Mac McGee and another man who lived on the block came rushing out of their homes when they heard the sound of the collision. 

McGee and the other man opened the truck door, and the driver was able to crawl out. McGee also sustained some wounds of his own when he stood on the truck box and slipped and cut his arm. 

It appears as though McGee did not need to go to the hospital, nor did the pickup truck driver. The structural integrity of the impacted home doesn’t seem to be compromised. 

At this time, it is unclear if the pickup truck driver will be charged or cited for distracted driving. 

Additional details will be posted when they become available. 

If you were involved in a motor vehicle wreck in St. George, our area car accident lawyers from Swenson & Shelley PLLC are ready to learn more about the details of your collision to determine your next legal steps and options. Book your free case review today by calling our office at (435) 265-4523 or visiting us online.

Kevin Swenson was raised in Bountiful, Utah, and is a co-founding partner of Swenson & Shelley. After graduating from Bountiful High School, Kevin attended business school at Westminster College.