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Scottsdale Personal Injury and Car Accident News
A crash involving a vehicle and a golf cart early Sunday morning injured five people. The collision occurred on Miller Road near Chaparral Road in Scottsdale.
An SUV struck two women who were standing on a patio outside DJ’s Bar and Grill in Scottsdale on Thursday night. One of the as-yet unidentified women was critically injured. The second woman suffered serious injuries.
Scottsdale Police were dispatched to the scene of an accident involving a City of Scottsdale garbage truck and a pedestrian in the early morning hours today.
A 2-year-old boy was killed when he was hit by a car as he was walking on a sidewalk with his parents. The accident occurred this morning near Hayden and Via de Ventura in Scottsdale.
Jason Barnhart died after he was struck by a car as he crossed 68th Street on Thursday morning.
Three people were injured in a car accident at Thompson Peak Parkway and Desert Camp Drive in Scottsdale. All three were taken to a local hospital but their conditions are not known.
A collision between a motorcycle and a car near Tucson Mall on Wednesday afternoon left one man dead. Edward Ward was on his motorcycle southbound in the curb lane of Oracle Road. The as-yet unidentified driver of a Ford Escape was northbound on Oracle in the left turn lane.
Marc Thompson was hospitalized on Tuesday after he was hit by a car at 90th Street and Bell Road in Scottsdale. Witnesses rendered aid on scene until emergency responders arrived and transported Mr. Thompson to a local hospital for treatment.
Tempe Police were called to a Walmart near Elliot Road and Priest Drive Friday afternoon where a couple was accused of shoplifting. The suspects had left the store and were in the parking lot in the process of carjacking a vehicle. When Tempe Police arrived, witnesses directed them to a tan pickup in the parking lot.
Kathryn Hanson died as the result of injuries she received when the motorcycle on which she was a passenger collided with a sedan in Scottsdale.
Peter Johnson was killed on Saturday morning when his vehicle was t-boned at 74th Street and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard in Scottsdale.
A rideshare driver was killed in a three-car collision on Sunday afternoon near Hayden Road and the Loop 101 in Scottsdale.
A bicyclist was seriously injured in Scottsdale last Friday when he was struck by a car that ran a red-light. The injured man is identified as Fred Hubbell, a former gubernatorial nominee and businessman in Iowa.
Scottsdale native Jung Son Kim died from injuries she received when she was struck by a car while crossing Scottsdale Road in the 1900 block on Wednesday night.
Officer Clayton Townsend, a five-year veteran of the Salt River Police Department, was struck and killed on northbound Loop 101 near Scottsdale Road at about 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday as he stood in an emergency lane next to a vehicle he had stopped.
A man driving an SUV pulled onto the road’s dirt shoulder and parked so that his wife could capture a photo of one of Arizona’s famous sunsets Friday night. Scottsdale Police accident investigators report that a Jeep driven by Michael DiFoggio slammed into the SUV, seriously injuring its as-yet unidentified driver. The couple’s young son sustained minor injuries; the wife suffered none.
Landry Forkiner was struck and killed in a hit-and-run accident at Scottsdale Road and McDowell early yesterday morning. Scottsdale Police were called to the scene at 2:30 a.m., where they found Mr. Forkiner in the intersection. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
An accident in Fountain Hills this morning left two people dead and two severely injured. An SUV struck four pedestrians near Saguaro and Palisades Boulevards. According to Rural Metro Fire Department, two people were pronounced dead at the scene. The other two were transported to a local hospital.
A woman accidentally drove her SUV onto a sidewalk where she struck two men on Tuesday afternoon. The midsize SUV was in the parking lot of the Safeway store at Scottsdale Road and Shea Boulevard when it drove onto the sidewalk in front of the store.
A pedestrian who collapsed in a Scottsdale crosswalk was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver late Wednesday night. Scottsdale Police Department accident investigators report that a witness observed a man lying in a crosswalk on east Shea Boulevard, possibly as the result of a medical event. An SUV eastbound on Shea struck the man near 72nd Place, but did not stop. The unidentified man later died at the hospital.
The wife and daughter of a Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office deputy reportedly were intentionally run down as they walked along the sidewalk in their neighborhood on Wednesday night. Deputy Sergeant Steve Chervenak said the driver of a pickup truck drove onto the sidewalk and deliberately struck his wife, Amy Chervenak, and his daughter.
A driver for Uber struck a pedestrian on Camelback Road early Thursday morning. Police investigators report that a pickup truck driving westbound on Camelback near 78th Street struck a male pedestrian who was walking in a traffic lane at about 1:30 a.m. After speaking with the driver of the pickup, police said neither speed nor impairment appear to be factors contributing to the accident.
An SUV filled with trick-or-treaters dressed in Halloween costumes overturned Tuesday night near Dixileta Drive and North Valley Parkway. One of the passengers, a 7-year-old girl, was seriously injured when she was ejected as the vehicle rolled. She was air evacuated to a pediatric trauma center.
A motorcycle accident on Loop 101 in North Scottsdale has claimed the life of Robert Demar. According to accident investigators with the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Mr. Demar stopped his disabled bike on the left shoulder of northbound Loop 101 and activated the hazard lights. A pickup truck then ran onto the shoulder and struck Mr. Demar and his motorcycle.
Nicholas Minard and Kaillie Plante were both killed on SR-87 when the driver of a lumber truck ran a red light and struck two passenger vehicles. Those two vehicles were propelled into two other vehicles. The tragic accident occurred at Shea Boulevard near Scottsdale.
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