SALT LAKE CITY – A man was sent to the hospital Saturday morning after a downtown rollover forced emergency crews to extricate him from his vehicle.
According to Salt Lake City Police, The male was driving a gray van when it was struck by a white Toyota Prius at the intersection of 300 South and State Street.
Police say the van flipped and the male driver became trapped in his seatbelt.
When crews arrived around 11 a.m. they cut the driver out and transported him to the hospital with several broken bones.
The driver was conscious as he was being transported from the scene, meanwhile, the driver of the Prius sustained no injuries.
Police say they do not believe drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash.
All roads were reopened after crews managed to clean up the crash and debris.