UPDATE: Nibley man involved in Friday crash dies from injuries

LOGAN — A 70-year-old Nibley man involved in a two-vehicle accident early Friday morning has died from his injuries. David Barr passed away at McKay Dee Hospital where he had been in extremely critical condition.

Logan City Police Capt. Curtis Hooley said investigators learned of Barr’s death early Monday morning. They are continuing to investigate the crash.

According to officers, Barr was driving a silver colored Subaru northbound on 1000 W around 6:45 p.m. A dark colored CRV, driven by a 71-year-old Logan man, was at 200 S. As it tried to cross the road eastbound it pulled in front of the Subaru.

Barr was unconscious when police arrived at the crash. Paramedics were able to detect a faint pulse later, and rushed the man to the hospital. He was then transported by ambulance to McKay Dee.

The impact of the crash flipped the CRV onto its top. The other driver was able to get out of the car and was treated by paramedics at the scene. He later voluntarily consented to a blood test.

Hooley said officers do not believe the man was impaired. No citations or charges have been issued.

Northbound traffic along 1000 W was restricted to one lane and 200 S was detoured while crews cleared the accident.

<hr /><p style=”text-align: center;”>will@cvradio.com

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