1 Person Dead After Fatal Collision In Phoenix (Phoenix, AZ)

DPS reports state that a fatal collision took place on Thursday in Phoenix. The accident took place on Bell Road and 21st Avenue.

The incident left one man dead and one woman in critical condition. The accident also closed down Bell Road throughout the morning, according to a news release from the Phoenix PD.

The collision occurred around 7:20 AM and involved a single car crashing into a pole.  

Police found two unidentified people – a man in his late forties and an adult woman – in the crashed vehicle when they arrived. The Fire Department arrived on the scene and pronounced the man dead at the scene, while the woman was transported to the hospital in critical condition. 

Phoenix police detectives are continuing the investigation.

August 19, 2022

Source: AZ Central

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