Audio from 911 calls released after two fatal crashes involving pedestrians in Layton

Posted at 4:55 PM, Jan 14, 2016
and last updated 2016-01-14 18:55:25-05

LAYTON, Utah – Police have released audio Thursday from 911 calls relating to two fatal accidents involving cars and pedestrians Monday.

BaiLee DiBernardo was killed and another teen suffered serious injuries in one crash as the pair of Layton High School students were walking in a crosswalk near 199 North Fort Lane.

“Oh my gosh, I might have ran over her because I didn't even see what happened,” a caller can be heard saying on the 911 audio.

Caller: "I didn't even see what it was!"

Dispatch: "Are you out with them now?"

Caller: "I am. One of them is conscious. The other one, they said that she's... um, a couple of the fire department people are here. We're right across the street from the fire department."

Bailee died after being hit by a second car during that incident. The other teen, Eric Baarz, is recovering and has gone home from the hospital.

Another fatal crash involved 42-year-old Adam Brimhall, who was crossing the street in a wheelchair and was not in a crosswalk when he was hit near 2080 North Main Street.

Caller: "He's unresponsive."

Dispatch: "Is he breathing?"

Caller: "Um... I don't believe so."

The dispatcher talked the caller through CPR until emergency crews arrived, but Brimhall suffered fatal injuries. Police said the driver in that case is not facing any charges in connection with the fatal crash.