Driver uninjured after truck flips during Ogden crash

Aug 20 2013 - 6:50am

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A woman was unhurt when her truck flipped onto its roof after a crash Monday at the intersection of Quincy Avenue and 32nd Street. 

(BUBBA BROWN/Standard-Examiner)
A woman was unhurt when her truck flipped onto its roof after a crash Monday at the intersection of Quincy Avenue and 32nd Street. 

(BUBBA BROWN/Standard-Examiner)

OGDEN -- A woman driving a small truck was unhurt Monday when another car hit her, causing her truck to flip.

Tammy Cutler, who witnessed the accident, said the woman was going north on Quincy Avenue around 2:45 p.m. when a silver car going east on 32nd Street began to cross the intersection and clipped the truck. The truck flipped and landed in the front yard of a house on the corner of the intersection.

Much of the truck's cab flattened upon impact, but Cutler said the woman crawled out of the truck, shaken up but unhurt. The woman was later seen walking around. The driver of the silver car was also seen walking around and appeared to be unhurt as well.

It was unclear if anyone would be cited for the accident.

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