Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jun 10, 2016 in Auto Accidents
One person is dead and four others were injured in two separate overnight accidents in Phoenix on June 9.
Officials are still investigating an early morning head-on accident reported at 29th Avenue and Union Hills Drive. Three people were taken to the hospital and both drivers, a 46-year-old man and 29-year-old woman, are reportedly in critical condition. The third victim was taken to the hospital as a precaution. According to one news outlet, the woman and her passenger, a 38-year-old man, were both high on drugs, but the police have not confirmed such information.
Police are checking to see if impairment may have played a factor in the collision.
In another accident around 4 a.m. at Greenway and Cave Creek Road, one person was killed in a three-car collision. One victim was ejected from a vehicle while another had to be extricated. One person remains in critical condition. Police do not know what caused the crash, but suspect that one of the drivers may have run a red light and caused the accident.
Though neither of these intersections was included in the list of the most dangerous intersections in Phoenix, the number of collisions caused by red light runners has increased. The most red light runners were reportedly found at 44th and Thomas Road, and Mohave and 7th Street.
Driver errors are the main cause of all collisions, which is why Phillips Law Group encourages all drivers to abide by all the road rules and be attentive. Accidents can happen in a split second, but have a life-long impact.
If you or someone you love has been hurt in a car wreck, contact an experienced car accident attorney at Phillips law Group. We can review your claim for free and determine if you are entitled to make a claim and seek compensation.
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