I hate multi-way pots. Hate hate hate them. There are too many opponents, and you have no idea where you stand. Maybe you're more comfortable mixing it up 5-way, but I'm not. But here are some points you need to consider:
1) You have 3 clean outs. The 9 of diamonds gives someone a flush (obviously). I wouldn't count your outs to a J or T because it completes someone else's straight, or someone has a bigger J or T, or someone already has a set/two pair.
2) With your 3 outs, you are 6% likely to hit it by the turn (~16:1), and you're getting 15:1 on your call. So I don't mind the call on the turn.
3) On the turn, the board has paired. It is highly likely someone is slowplaying trip 5's here, just because of the number of players in the hand. If someone has a boat already, your outs to a straight just got nixed. You're still getting phenominal pot odds
to draw to your straight, however, that's really the only thing you can call some river action with.
4) There's no way you can call this river, with this many opponents, with this action. Unless you know these guys are very loose, its very likely they have you beaten.
I generally don't like playing "longshot" type pots, where you have slim outs, but you're still getting decent odds to draw to them. They'll pan out so little, that it will take a lot of pots like that to show any decent profit.
So yeah, if it were me, I would definately consider folding this hand UTG+2. You're going to be out of position in a big way, and its just hard to be aggressive when you're in a flop with that many people. If its not good enough to get in there and raise with, then its probably not worth calling.
But you didn't lose much money either (2$), so in the grand scheme of things it wasn't a terribly played hand. I just like to avoid these tough spots in general. And from the looks of it, this game is mega loose. You should definitely be playing tighter on a loose table like this.