Two separate pin-in crashes reported in Pleasant View

PLEASANT VIEW, UT – Two Pleasant View buildings sustained some damages after separate crashes Tuesday. 

One collision occurred on the 1100 West block of 2700 North, and the other at a private residence on the 2400 block of U.S. Highway 89, KSL TV reported. 

The private home had significant damage done, and the public building did not pose a risk to the building’s structure. 

It is unclear what led the drivers to crash into the buildings. While they were spared from injuries, they were pinned inside their vehicles and able to escape independently. 

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