CHRISMAS EVE ACCIDENT • Three people from Levan were hurt in this accident on Highway 28 on Christmas Eve.
By Myrna Trauntvein
Three residents of Levan were injured in an accident on December 24, Christmas Eve day, at 10:31 a.m. on SR-28 near Mile Post 31.
Utah Highway Patrol Sgt. Nick Bowles said that Sheree Kenison, 64, Marvin Jerry Mangleson, 65, and Michael Kramer, 50, were all injured in the two-car accident.
"On December 24, 2012 at approximately 10:31 a.m., a Buick Lesabre, driven by Kenison, was traveling south on SR-28," said Bowles. "Near milepost 31, just north of Levan, the LeSabre lost control on the slushy roads and spun into the northbound travel lane."
As the LeSabre did this a Buick Riviera driven by Mangelson, was traveling north and struck the LeSabre in the passenger doors.
"The Riviera spun off the road to the east and came to rest," said Bowles. "The LeSabre came to rest in the northbound travel lane."
Neither Mangelson, nor his passenger, Kramer, in the Riviera were wearing their seatbelts and both impacted the windshield.
UHP Trooper Jared Jensen was the investigating officer, said Bowles.
All three subjects involved were from Levan.
"All three subjects were transported to Central Valley Medical Center," said Bowles. "All seem to be in stable condition."