LOGAN -- A 3-year-old girl from Farmington died Sunday of injuries sustained in a car crash Saturday afternoon here on Highway 89.
Madison Urland, 3, was one of four people in a car that was hit from behind as it was traveling northbound below the speed limit around 3:45 p.m. Saturday.
A 5-year-old boy was with the girl in the back seat. Her 70-year-old Bountiful grandmother and mother were in the front seat of the car.
Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Steven Winward said they were hit by an SUV driven by a 17-year-old, which sent the vehicle across the median and both lanes of southbound traffic. The car clipped another car before it stopped against a fence in a ditch on the west side of the highway.
Occupants of the other vehicles were not injured.
Madison Urland was flown to Primary Children's Medical Center, and her mother, 42, was later flown to Intermountain Medical Center.
The other two passengers were taken to area hospitals with serious injuries.
Winward said the girl was properly restrained at the time of the incident.
Reports indicate that a fund in the name of Madison Urland has been set up at Zions Bank.
Winward said the accident is still under investigation.
He said police will consult the county attorney before possible charges are filed.