Woman hospitalized after semi crash in Logan Canyon 

LOGAN CANYON, UT – A semi-truck driver was sent to the hospital when her semi-truck rolled over on U.S. 89 and spilled out bags of baking flour Monday. 

This collision happened along the Logan River, between the Dugway and Blind Hollow Trailhead, according to Cache Valley Daily. Utah Highway Patrol said the truck’s load shifted,  leading the truck to swerve off the road and overturn on its side. 

The unidentified driver was sent to Logan Regional Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. 

No other information is available. 

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