Casa Grande, AZ — There was a fatal collision between a Chevrolet Impala, another car, and a box truck in Casa Grande last Wednesday afternoon, November 27, 2013. Police said that a Chevrolet Impala was hit by a box truck owned by P.T. Plumbing Inc, killing a 9-year old boy inside the Chevrolet.
A second child inside the Chevrolet was airlifted to a nearby hospital, but his condition wasn’t updated. Police aren’t releasing very many details about the accident, but said that it happened at about 4:45 p.m. that afternoon.
The Chevrolet Impala was headed south on Trekell Road when it tried to make a left turn onto McMurray Boulevard and was hit by an oncoming box truck. The two vehicles stopped in the roadway and were then struck by a third vehicle – though police didn’t provide a make or model.
The accident is still being investigated and it was confirmed that none of the drivers were injured by the wreck.
Scene of the Accident
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