Utah Code Ann. 53-2a-506
Privileges, Immunities, Exemption from Laws, and Other Benefits: Emergency Responders Providing Aid in Another Jurisdiction
An out-of-state emergency responder who enters Utah in response to an official request for assistance retains the same privileges and immunities from liability, exemption from law, ordinances, and rules, and any other benefits as exist in the emergency responder’s home state or state of employment.
Privileges and immunities of emergency responders
(1) Any emergency responder from another state who enters into this state while responding to an emergency has the same authority to act, including providing care, as does any emergency responder of this state. (2) All privileges and immunities from liability, exemption from law, ordinances, and rules, and any other benefits, which apply to an emergency responder while performing duties in the responder’s state of residence or state of employment as a responder, apply when the emergency responder is acting as an emergency responder in Utah.