GARDEN CITY, Utah - Surveillance cameras caught the moment an out of control semi tractor-trailer slammed into a sporting goods store in Garden City, Utah Wednesday.
According to the Utah Department of Public Safety, the truck rolled while jackknifing and slid into the business in an area known as Raspberry Square.
Before the crash, witnesses reportedly said the semi was driving erratically and speeding.
The driver ultimately ran a stop sign, tried to turn right, and then crashed.
The male driver and a male passenger were taken to the hospital. The driver was later air-lifted to another hospital where he died from his injuries.
The truck was carrying pallets of butter, which went flying into the building where the truck crashed.
The building was deemed structurally unstable and engineers have been called to help crews make proper repairs.