Posted on behalf of Phillips Law Group on Jul 16, 2012 in Auto Accidents
One person was injured and sent to the hospital after two cars collided causing one to roll over the other person was arrested. The accident caused Thomas Road to close in Scottsdale on Thursday afternoon according to officials.
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The collision occurred at around 3 p.m. after the driver of a Honda civic was driving westbound on Thomas Road; rear ended a Ford Explorer causing the SUV to roll over, according to officer David Pubins. The car accident took place about 100 feet west of the Thomas and Scottsdale Street intersection. One car landed in front of a McDonalds drive trough.
The Honda Civic driver tried to escape from the scene but was arrested nearby while the injured victim was transported to a hospital for minor injuries.
The Honda Civic driver was allegedly impaired during the accident
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