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HEBER, Utah — A truck crossed a highway median in Utah and collided with a pickup truck traveling in the opposite direction, killing all six men in the pickup in an accident authorities suspect was caused by alcohol and prescription drugs, state troopers said Saturday. Another two people were injured in a Jeep when the driver lost control trying to avoid the trucks.
The Utah Highway Patrol said investigating officers found prescription pills and open containers of alcohol inside the dump truck after the accident that occurred around noon Friday on a state highway near Heber, about 15 miles south of Park City.
The article goes on to state the following:
The dump truck driver was treated for minor injuries and booked on suspicion of six counts of automobile homicide, the agency said.