Published on April 17, 2017

Wrong-way crash kills 3 in AZ; university says 2 were GCU students

Mooresville sisters killed in wrong-way crash on I-17 in Phoenix Mooresville sisters are among the three people that died in a two-vehicle wrong-way crash on a Phoenix Freeway Friday morning.

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DPS identifies 3 people killed in wrong-way crash on I-17

Garcia said the “majority if not all the wrong-way accidents that we investigate that involve injury or death are a direct result of impaired driving.”

The DPS worked with state troopers in North Carolina and Colorado to notify the families of the …

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Wrong-way crash kills 3 in Phoenix – Arizona Daily Sun photo provided by the Arizona Department of Public Safety shows the mangled remains of cars involved in a fatal accident on the Northbound Interstate 17 in Phoenix, Ariz. on Friday, April 14, 2017.

Northbound Interstate 17 is closed following the …

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Wrong-way crash kills 3; university says 2 were students

The wrong-way driver was a 22-year-old man driving a car with Colorado license plates and the women were ages 19 and 20, apparently sisters and in a car with North Carolina plates, said spokesman Raul Garcia of the Arizona Department of Public Safety …

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Wrong-way driver, victim in fatal I-17 crash both Grand Canyon — Two Grand Canyon University students were among the three people killed Friday following a wrong-way crash on Interstate 17 in north Phoenix, …

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MADD to hold candlelight vigil Saturday night event, sponsored by MADD’s Southern Arizona office, is in support of the victims and families impacted each year by impaired driving.

The vigil will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at Brandi Fenton Memorial Park, 3482 E. River Road.

It is fully …

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Arizona ranks 3rd highest in the nation for pedestrian deaths

A new report finds Arizona has one of the highest rates of pedestrian deaths in the country. The report by the Governor’s Highway Safety Association finds Arizona ranks third in the United States for the most pedestrian deaths per capita. A total of 97 …

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Arizona DPS: Drugs Found in Suspect’s Vehicle After Chase DPS: Drugs Found in Suspect’s Vehicle After Chase.

Court documents say a 27-year-old man arrested after a mostly slow-speed freeway pursuit across the Phoenix area had drugs in his vehicle and appeared to be driving impaired.

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