Utah CEO Richard David Hendrickson and 16-Year-Old Daughter Dead After Bulldozer Falls on Their Car

A tragic accident has taken the lives of a father and daughter.

Richard David Hendrickson, 57, and his daughter Sally, 16, died July 6 after a bulldozer fell on their car, Utah Highway Patrol announced in a news release.

According to the agency, a tow truck carrying a mini bulldozer “was negotiating a right-hand curve when the bulldozer broke free, sliding off the driver’s side.” Richard and Sally were passengers traveling in the opposite direction in a GMC pickup towing a boat.

“The bulldozer landed on the GMC pickup,” the release continued, noting that while two other adult passengers were transported with non-life-threatening injuries, “The adult male driver and one juvenile female passenger were pronounced dead on the scene.”

Though the Utah Highway Patrol only shared Richard’s identity, his company Lifetime Products confirmed both he and Sally were killed in the accident.

“It is with profound sadness that we announce the tragic and sudden passing of our CEO and President, Richard David Hendrickson in a car accident,” the company wrote. “This heartbreaking incident also claimed the life of one of his daughters, Sally.”

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