Deadly Wrong-Way Accident on I-40 Near Winona
Flagstaff, Arizona—A wrong-way accident on I-40 near Winona has left at least one person dead and another with serious injuries.
The deadly accident occurred on I-40 at milepost 218 and involved two vehicles. A vehicle traveling the wrong way on the divided highway struck an RV. The vehicle then burst into flames.
Bystanders who came on the scene rescued a man trapped in the RV and brought him to safety until paramedics arrived on scene to render aid.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety is investigating the accident.
We offer our condolences to the family and friends of the deceased and wish the man injured in the accident a speedy and complete recovery.
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