2 People Injured After Motor Vehicle Accident In Mesa (Mesa, AZ)

2 people were injured in a motor vehicle accident that took place on Monday afternoon. The incident is reported to have involved a collision between a passenger vehicle and the Valley Metro light rail.

Mesa Police Department stated that the incident took place close to Roosevelt and Main Street.  The passenger vehicle, a silver Toyota, collided with a light rail car for reasons hitherto unknown. 

The driver and the passenger of the Toyota vehicle sustained some injuries and were taken to a hospital following the incident. The injuries were declared non-life-threatening.

As a result of the incident, the eastbound light rail service was delayed. No further regarding the identities of the parties has been provided. 

August 03, 2022

Source: ABC Arizona

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