Arizona Motorists Involved in Deadly Accidents
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on May 04, 2015 in Auto Accidents
April was a dangerous month for Arizona residents. Several auto accidents on state highways resulted in fatalities and injuries.
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One such accident happened April 21 on Interstate 17, according to azcentral.com.
The news website reported that the crash occurred when an 18-year-old Phoenix woman drove into the median on the highway and her car collided with another vehicle on the southbound side. She and her passenger, a 19-year-old Scottsdale woman, were thrown from the car and killed, the site added.
Three passengers who were in the car with the young women were later treated for injuries at a hospital, Naztoday.com noted.
This wasn't the only deadly accident on an Arizona highway in April. On April 18, there was a fatal head-on collision on State Route 69 in Prescott Valley, Ariz, azentral.com reported.
A 39-year-old man drove a Ford F-350 pickup truck into oncoming traffic and collided with a Chevy Impala, the news site wrote, adding that the 69-year-old man in the Impala was killed as a result of the collision.
The man driving the truck was flown to a Phoenix hospital and is listed in serious condition, Kaff News said in an article about the crash.
Statistics from the Arizona Department of Transportation show that 12.87% of the motor vehicle crashes in Arizona in 2013 resulted in fatalities.
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