1 Person Dead Following Motor Vehicle Collision Near Congress (Congress, AZ)

1 person has died after a 2-vehicle collision near Congress on US-93 on Thursday morning. 

A little past 6.30 AM, the Arizona Department of Public Safety states that a Jeep SUV was traveling north on the US-93 highway when it crossed the centerline. The vehicle then veered into the southbound lane towards a semi-truck. 

The driver of the semi tried to swerve right to avoid a collision, but the Jeep still hit the semi’s trailer. The Jeep then rolled into the shoulder. 

Trapped inside, the driver of the Jeep later died from injuries. The driver was the sole occupant of the vehicle, police added. 

`The driver of the semi was not injured, and officials stated that the accident is under investigation.

August 19, 2022

Source: AZ Family

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