LOGAN, Utah — US 89/91 has reopened in Logan Friday night after a crash that left two people in critical condition.
The Utah Department of Transportation first tweeted about the crash around 5:20 p.m, calling it a “major fatality incident”, however later Friday night police confirmed there was no fatality associated with the crash.
US-89/91 was closed at 1000 West due to the crash.
Logan Police say a man was travelling southbound in a blue Chevy when the car was struck by a northbound Hyundai that had crossed over the center line.
Firefighters had to use the Jaws of Life to extricate both individuals from their respective vehicles. Police say one driver was taken to a hospital by ambulance while another was transported by medical helicopter.
Both patients were transported in critical condition.
Fox 13 News will update this story as more information emerges.