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Two Sustain Critical Injuries After Motorcycle, Car Collide in Phoenix

James R. Harrison

March 6, 2020

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Phoenix, Arizona—An accident involving a motorcycle early this morning sent two people to the hospital with critical injuries. The crash occurred at the intersection of 68th Street and Bell Road in Phoenix just after midnight.

The collision is being investigated by the Phoenix Police Department. A spokesman for the Phoenix Police Department reports that the two people with critical injuries, a man and a woman, both were on the motorcycle. The driver of the other vehicle was evaluated at the scene of the accident but declined medical transport. Both motorcycle riders were wearing helmets at the time of the crash.

We offer our best wishes to the two people injured in this accident.

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