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Jeffery McAllister Dies from Injuries in Motorcycle Accident, Wife Injured

James R. Harrison

June 3, 2020

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Tucson, Arizona—Jeffery McAllister, age 62, has died from injuries he suffered last week in a motorcycle accident that also injured his wife. 

The Tucson Police Department reports that on May 29th at about 7:30 p.m., Mr. McAllister and his wife were westbound on Mary Ann Cleveland Way when their motorcycle collided with a Toyota Yaris that turned left into its path at Houghton Road.  The light was yellow for Mr. McAllister as his motorcycle entered the intersection.  The street name changes from Mary Ann Cleveland Way to Old Vail Road just west of the intersection with Houghton Road.   

Mr. McAllister and his wife were both transported to Banner University Medical Center.  Mr. McAllister’s injuries were critical.  His wife’s injuries were serious, but not-life-threatening.  Mr. McAllister died on Tuesday, June 2nd.  Information regarding his wife’s current medical condition has not been released.  No charges or citations have been issued.

Our sympathies are with the McAllister family and friends as they mourn Jeffery’s loss and hope for his wife’s recovery.

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