A group of tourists who had just visited the Grand Canyon and were on their way back were involved in a tragic tour bus accident in late October. The preliminary investigation suggests that the Arizona crash took place after the driver may have experienced a medical condition that caused him to lose control of the vehicle. The bus driver died in the crash and as many as 50 passengers suffered personal injury in varying degrees. At least six individuals were seriously hurt and airlifted to a hospital for medical treatment.
Losing a loved one is never an easy thing for a family to endure, but it can prove even more devastating when a life is lost due to a hit-and-run accident. Bullhead City police believe that one such truck accident recently claimed the life of a 50-year-old man. Their preliminary investigation indicates that the man may have been riding a bicycle at the time of the collision, although the bicycle was not recovered at the scene.
Tragedy can strike in an instant and, unfortunately, one such incident has claimed the lives of seven people traveling in a minivan. All seven who were slain in the Arizona truck accident are thought to be relatives. The accident occurred when a tractor-trailer traveling westbound crossed the center median and struck the minivan head-on.
An accident that occurred on July 8 injured several people in Arizona. The accident involved a tractor-trailer truck and an SUV. The truck accident happened in Sedona on Arizona Interstate 17 and the off-ramp at State Route 179. According to reports, the truck failed to stop at the exit ramp sign, and the truck was T-boned as the SUV crossed its path.
Two people were injured recently following an early morning motor vehicle accident involving a tractor and two vehicles on March 16. The incident, which involved a sedan and a cargo truck in addition to the tractor, happened near Somerton, Arizona. The truck accident is currently under investigation by the Yuma County Sheriff's Office.