Authorities from the Arizona Highway Patrol have identified the individual they suspect was killed in a multi-vehicle accident on February 11th, 2013 in Morristown, AZ. Police currently suspect that Robert Caine was killed when the vehicle he operated possibly suffered a loss of control while navigating Carefree Highway in Morristown. The vehicle collided with a pickup truck in the midst of the control loss and eventually struck another vehicle.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Robert Caine was ejected from his vehicle in the accident and was subsequently pronounced dead on the scene from the injuries inflicted on him in the accident when emergency response personnel arrived. The unidentified drivers of the other vehicles reportedly suffered minor injuries in the accident. Police currently suspect that intense weather conditions that included freezing rain and hail may have been contributing factors in the accident.
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