Three Hospitalized Following Two-Car Accident in Tempe
Tempe, Arizona—One car rear-ended another that was stopped at a traffic light, sending the first into a crosswalk, where it struck two young children. The accident happened at the intersection of 48th Street and Southern Avenue. Tempe Police and Tempe Fire responded to the scene.
The car that caused the accident was driven by an 88-year-old woman who failed to stop at a traffic light. In the crosswalk, a 10-year-old girl was pushing her 3-year-old sister in a stroller, with their family following close behind. Three were hospitalized following the accident, with two reportedly having serious injuries.
We wish full and speedy recoveries for everyone.
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