Utah CEO and Daughter Killed in Freak Accident After Bulldozer Falls on Their SUV

Utah CEO and Daughter Killed in Freak Accident After Bulldozer Falls on Their SUV
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In a dev­as­tat­ing inci­dent, a Utah CEO and his daugh­ter were killed in a freak acci­dent when a bull­doz­er fell off a tow truck and crushed their SUV. 

The trag­ic event occurred as the fam­i­ly was trav­el­ing up Ogden Canyon in east­ern Weber Coun­ty, Utah.

Accord­ing to the Utah High­way Patrol, a tow truck car­ry­ing a bull­doz­er was com­ing in the oppo­site direc­tion on the nar­row, two-lane road when the machine top­pled off the back and direct­ly onto the SUV.

The CEO, Richard David Hen­drick­son, and his daugh­ter Sal­ly both lost their lives in the hor­rif­ic collision.

“As the truck was round­ing a curve, the bull­doz­er dis­lodged from the tow truck,” explained Troop­er Hey­wood of the Utah High­way Patrol. 

The bull­doz­er then fell over onto its side in the oppo­site lane, crush­ing the SUV and its occupants.

Hen­drick­son’s wife and two oth­er chil­dren sus­tained non-life-threat­en­ing injuries in the accident. 

The com­pa­ny he led, Life­time Prod­ucts, a Utah-based man­u­fac­tur­er of out­door fur­ni­ture and equip­ment, expressed pro­found sor­row over the loss of their CEO and his daughter.

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