Justina Ashihi-Subia Killed in Car Accident South of Flagstaff
Flagstaff, Arizona—Justina Jessica Ashihi-Subia, age 43, a teacher in Tolleson, was killed earlier this week when the car in which she was a passenger drifted off the road and struck a guardrail. According to Department of Public Safety accident investigators, the black Ford passenger car was traveling northbound on I-17 when it left the roadway between Kachina Village and the J.W. Powell Boulevard exit.
Ms. Ashihi-Subia was the front seat passenger. The driver and rear seat passenger were transported to Flagstaff Medical Center for treatment of their injuries.
No additional information presently is available regarding the identities or current medical conditions of the others. The accident investigation is ongoing.
We extend our sympathies to Ms. Ashihi-Subia’s family and friends at this time of great loss for them, and we wish swift and full recoveries for those who were injured.
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Justina Ashihi-Subia, a teacher in Tolleson, was killed earlier this week when the car in which she was a passenger drifted off the road and struck a guardrail on I-17 south of Flagstaff.
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