Others injured by Holladay Starbucks crash identified

One person is dead and four critically injured after a car crashed into a Starbucks in Holladay on Friday morning. (Photo: Bronagh Tumulty / KUTV)

(KUTV) — All the victims of a car crash that took place at a Starbucks in Holladay have now been identified.

On Friday, June 8, one person died and five people were critically injured after Walker drove his car into the Starbucks located at 4744 S. Highland Drive.

According to police, the man who drove the vehicle into the Starbucks was identified as West Walker, a 34-year-old resident of Oakley, Utah.

Police suspect the man suffered a medical emergency at the time of the incident, but they will not have confirmation until all report and lab results are finished.

A young mother and therapist who was killed by the crash was identified as Josyln Spilsbury. She died at the scene.

The other victims identified are as follows:

  • Roger Kitwin, 47, of Mosamin, Australia
  • Robert K. Dillard, 84, of Salt Lake City, Utah
  • Mitchael Sellen, 47, of West Jordan, Utah

Sellen is in critical condition as a result of the crash, as well as a pre-existing medical condition.