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Three injured at Riverside four-way

Wednesday, November 20, 2013
By theleader

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA A Tremonton woman is in the hospital in serious condition and two others suffered injuries after a Fielding man failed to stop at the intersection in Riverside Wednesday night.

According to a report from the Utah Highway Patrol, a silver Buick driven by Earl Anderson, 63, of Fielding, was traveling north on SR-13 near Riverside Corner at the four-way stop just before 6 p.m.  July Quispe, 42, of Tremonton, was westbound on SR-30 in a black Nissan and had stopped at the intersection.

As Quispe started to turn left, she was struck by the Buick, which witnesses said did not stop.

Quispe and two passengers, 15-year-old Linda Quispe and 39-year-old Jorge Morales-Hernandez, were transported by ambulance to Bear River Valley Hospital.  The driver was then flown by helicopter to IMC for further evaluation.

AndersonOLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA was not injured, but he was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign.

Everyone was wearing seatbelts and airbags deployed in both vehicles.



5 Responses to “Three injured at Riverside four-way”

  1. Colin Smith

    Idiot should have his license taken off him. I drive through that intersection every day & it’s amazing how many people either fail to stop, or seem incapable of driving through in turn. Only a few weeks back I had somebody heading east from the interstate drive through without even slowing down just as I was about to turn south. If I hadn’t realized they weren’t slowing down, I would have been t-boned.

  2. Buddy Smith

    I don’t understand why people run that intersection all the time. It has flashing lights and all the precautions needed for drivers to be aware that it’s a four way stop.

  3. Jim OBrien

    What was he doing besides driving, heck he lives in Fielding, which is the next town over. You can see the lights in day light, never mind this happened at night when their even brighter. Pull his license and throw him in jail for attempted murder.

  4. Brittnee

    Mistakes happen! There wasn’t always a four way there it use to be a straight shot to Logan. There should be a over head light there it would give people getting off the freeway a better chance of stopping if that was in place.

  5. Jen

    Put in a stop light. Problem solved for everyone whether you live here or are just passing through. How many more will be injured or worse? A few extra seconds at a stop LIGHT are not going to hurt anyone. Sounds like there are many many “almosts” at this intersection. Let’s get proactive people…ambulance crews do not need to respond to this kind of negligence.


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