Two hurt after T-bone crash in Eagle Mountain

EAGLE MOUNTAIN, UT – Alcohol could have contributed to a T-bone crash on UT-73 Saturday. 

A driver wanted to cross the lanes of UT-73 from Mustang Way and ended up going in front of a Jeep, FOX 13 Now reported. 

The driver of the Jeep was unharmed. However, the Jeep passenger and the driver of the first vehicle, an 18-year-old man, were hospitalized for severe and critical injuries. 

Our newsroom will post updates if they become available. 

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