ROY -- A 67-year-old diabetic woman who had low blood sugar rolled her car Tuesday night near the 1900 West and Midland Drive intersection.
Weber County Sheriff's Sgt. Dave MacInnes said the woman was driving north on 1900 West around 6:30 p.m. when, because she was experiencing medical complications from low blood sugar, her Subaru Forester rear-ended a Ford Taurus that was turning left.
The Subaru veered to the right and rode the barrier on the side of the road. After the barrier ended, the car hit a road sign and flipped at least once before settling in an area of brush.
The woman was taken to a local hospital to treat her low blood sugar. MacInnes was unsure if she was injured in the crash. The occupants of the Taurus were uninjured.
Roy Police Sgt. Shane Hubbard said the woman was cited for improper lookout.