Motorcyclist killed in midtown Tucson crash
Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Aug 11, 2020 in Local
A 45-year-old motorcycle rider died in Tucson, Tuesday, July 28, after a vehicle cut him off in an accident. According to the Tucson Police Department, the man died at Banner-University Medical Center not long after the 4 p.m. crash on East Pima Street and North Cloverland Avenue.
A Tucson news report states that the man was headed west on Pima when a 2019 Kia attempted to make a left turn onto eastbound Pima at an intersection, causing the motorcycle to strike the car. The Kia's driver remained at the scene and cooperated with police. The case is under investigation, and no citations have been issued. The man was the 18th motorcycle fatality in Tucson in 2020. The number of motorcyclist deaths this year has more than tripled compared to the same time in 2019, according to Tucson Police Department statistics.
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