Queen Creek, AZ (October 7, 2022) – A Crane truck accident reported on Thursday afternoon claimed one person’s life. On October 6, emergency officials were called to the site of a collision that took place on Arizona State Route 24.
According to reports, a red Mazda sedan and a Crane truck collided on Arizona State Route 24 at the intersection of Williams Field Road. Investigations found that the driver’s side of the Mazda was severely damaged, which suggests that it may have been T-boned by the crane truck for unknown reasons.
The driver of the sedan, who was not publicly identified, suffered fatal injuries. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.
Three other people suffered injuries as a result of the crash and were transported to local hospitals.
The crash remains under investigation at this time.
Our thoughts are with the three victims who suffered injuries due to this auto collision.
We offer our condolences to the family of the victim who lost their life in this crash.
Fatal Truck Accidents in Arizona
Each year, hundreds of innocent people die as a result of traffic collisions in the state of Arizona. When trucks are involved in these accidents, the chances of a victim suffering severe and fatal injuries are dramatically increased.
There are many common causes of truck crashes in Arizona. One of the most common is speeding. Truckers often feel pressure to meet deadlines and may exceed the speed limit in order to make their deliveries on time. This can lead to serious accidents.
Another common cause of truck crashes is drowsy driving. Truck drivers often work long hours and may not get enough rest. This can lead to them falling asleep at the wheel, which can be very dangerous.
Distractions are also a common cause of truck accidents. Truckers may be distracted by their cell phones, GPS devices, or other things inside the cab of their truck. This can take their attention away from the road and increase the risk of an accident.
Impairment is a leading cause of truck crashes in Arizona. Truck drivers who are impaired by drugs or alcohol are a danger to themselves and others on the road. If you see a truck driver who appears to be impaired, report them to the authorities.
Failing to yield is another leading cause of truck crashes in Arizona. When a truck fails to yield, it can result in a serious or even fatal collision. If you see a truck driver failing to yield, be sure to report it to the authorities.
If your loved one has died as a result of a truck accident, a wrongful death lawyer in Queen Creek can help you file a wrongful death claim against the responsible party.
After losing a loved one, your family may be entitled to compensation to cover some of the losses and damages you face.
Our truck accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Samuel P. Moeller, PLLC have extensive experience helping families get justice after losing loved ones. Our team will help you pursue legal action against the responsible party. We will fight to get you justice and hold the person responsible for your loved one’s death to account.
To get started on your case, contact our law firm today at 602-903-2905.
Note: Our writers have used outside and secondary sources when creating this post. These sources include local and state police accident reports, news and social media outlets, as well as eyewitness accounts about accidents that take place in Arizona. We have not independently verified all of the facts surrounding this incident. If you locate any information that is incorrect, please contact our firm right away so that we can update the post to reflect the most accurate information available. We will remove this post if requested.
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