Woman hurt in pin-in crash with tree in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – A driver was hurt after her car drifted off the road and crashed into a tree, trapping her inside her vehicle Thursday. 

The single-vehicle collision happened at the 950 block of North City Creek Canyon Road, KUTV reported. It is not precisely clear why her car swerved off course and collided with the tree. However, the woman was able to free herself from the vehicle after getting wedged between the tree branches. 

The unidentified woman received medical treatment at the scene for minor injuries. 

More details will be posted as they become readily available. 

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