Two Truckers Tragically Killed in Head-On Collision

Grand County, UT — Two Utah truckers were tragically killed in an early-morning crash involving semi-trucks in Grand County on Monday.

According to the Utah Department of Public Safety (UDPS), the fatal accident occurred around 4:35 a.m. on SR-191 near mile marker 154.


Bertram Glenn Frink, 54, of Salt Lake City, UT, was traveling northbound on SR-191 in an International semi-truck when, for unknown reasons, drifted left and crossed the center lane into southbound traffic.

A southbound Kenworth, operated by 54-year-old Clark Blaine Hatch, of Koosharem, UT, was unable to avoid striking the International in a head-on collision.

Frink was killed on impact, according to UDPS.

First responders attempted to treat Hatch at the scene, but he tragically passed away before a medical helicopter could reach him.


It is unclear if Frink suffered a medical episode that lead to the crash.

In his obituary, Frink’s family stated he “loved driving his semi-truck.”

Celebrations of life for both men will be held early this week.

The accident remains under investigation by Utah officials.

Photos courtesy UDPS and the families of Bertram Frink and Clark Hatch via their respective obituaries


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