Tucson, AZ – Two Injured in Hit-and-Run Crash at Shumaker Dr
Tucson, AZ (May 14, 2020) – A woman was taken into custody after allegedly fleeing the scene of an accident on Tucson’s northwest side on Wednesday afternoon.
According to officers from the Tucson Police Department, the woman was driving a stolen vehicle and crashed into a motorcycle near Camino de la Tierra and Shumaker Drive. The motorcyclist was transported to Banner UMC via ambulance with life-threatening injuries. Another person involved in the collision was also sent to a local hospital, though the severity of their injuries is unknown.
The investigation is ongoing, and the names of those involved have not been released.
Our thoughts go out to the injured victims in hopes of a full recovery.
Hit-and-Run Crashes in Arizona
According to recent data released by the Arizona Department of Transportation, hit-and-run crashes are on the rise across the state of Arizona. Authorities say that several of the nearly 30,000 collisions that occurred in Arizona last year were hit-and-run accidents. These collisions, oftentimes caused by distracted or impaired drivers, mean tragic consequences for victims and their families.
Victims may succumb to the injuries they sustained in a hit-and-run accident, leaving their families to pick up the pieces. However, those affected can contact an accident attorney in Phoenix to safeguard their legal rights after a hit-and-run accident.
The Arizona auto accident attorneys at ELG have years of experience in helping victims get the justice they deserve. Our knowledgeable attorneys can help you get fair compensation to cover the costs associated with injuries incurred from collisions. Contact our personal injury attorneys in Phoenix at (623) 877-3600 to schedule a free consultation and learn more about safeguarding your legal rights.
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Disclaimer: As members of the local Phoenix and broader Arizona community, we hope everyone in our community is safe and protected. We cover the events included in this blog as a way to offer support to the victims in similar circumstances and to provide relief during these difficult times. However, this information should not be misconstrued as legal advice, and you should speak with a trained legal professional for more information regarding your situation.