Personal Injury Lawyers
602.252.8888
Peuton Munger Arizona

Goodyear Student Peyton Munger Killed in Tragic Accident

Jonathan V. O'Steen

November 18, 2019

Share |

Goodyear, Arizona—Peyton Munger, age 13, was crossing Indian School Road on his skateboard when he struck the rear of a school bus that was making a right turn off 144th Avenue. According to the Goodyear Police Department, the accident occurred Friday afternoon at about 4:00 p.m. in front of Western Sky Middle School where Peyton was an eighth-grader.  

Peyton was transported to a nearby pediatric trauma center in extremely critical condition.  He later succumbed to his injuries.  His classmates created a roadside memorial that evening.  

In the short time since the family moved to the Valley from Houston four months ago, Peyton made many friends.  He was well known in the community for his kindness and willingness to befriend new students or defend against bullies.

Peyton is survived by his parents, Tiffany and Mike Beyers, younger brother and many other relatives.  The family suggests donations to the charity Stomp Out Bullying.

Our deepest sympathies are with Peyton’s family and friends as they grieve his loss.

Phoenix AZ Car Accident News

Six-Vehicle Accident Involving Two Semi-Trucks Injures Eight

An accident on the Loop 202 South Mountain this afternoon involving two-semi trucks and six vehicles injured as many as eight people.

Michael Phillips Dies After Woman Rendering Aid Accidentally Runs Him Over

Michael Phillips was standing on a sidewalk near 43rd Avenue and Bell Road when he developed a medical issue. A woman pulled over to assist the man just before he collapsed into the roadway. In her rush to assist the man, the woman jumped out of the car but failed to put the vehicle into park. The car rolled over Mr. Phillips, resulting in extensive injuries.

Four Seriously Injured in Phoenix Accident After Car Hits Bus Stop

A car accident near Greenway Parkway and Cave Creek Road in Phoenix has left four people critically injured, with two of those described as "extremely critical." Phoenix Arizona Car Accident Lawyers