Arizona Fatal Accident Today, After Two-Car Phoenix Crash Near I-17
- Isabella Mia
Arizona Fatal Obituary, Death – A pedestrian was struck and killed by two cars early on Thursday morning in Phoenix. The collision, which also involved a pedestrian, occurred in the early morning hours. Just before six in the morning, a collision occurred close to the intersection of 24th Avenue and Northern Avenue, not far from Interstate 17.
According to the investigators who looked into the incident. Ibarra was taken to the hospital in a timely manner; however, he did not survive his arrival there. According to the statements made by the police, none of the drivers who were involved in the collision displayed any signs that they were impaired in any way. The video that was taken at the scene showed that there were multiple lanes around Northern that were blocked, including the lane that turns onto I-17 heading in the southbound direction. At this point in time, the investigation is still being carried out.
According to the police, a collision occurred when a vehicle was heading north on the I-17 off-ramp and making an attempt to turn right onto Northern Avenue. The incident resulted in property damage. While responding to a green arrow with a left turn, the driver did not yield to oncoming traffic and was involved in a collision with another vehicle as a result. The driver who was at fault then reportedly spun the vehicle and hit Julian Ibarra, who was 60 years old and standing on the sidewalk.