• February 14, 2020

One Killed in Car Accident at I-10 and Riggs Rd near Sun Lakes, AZ

Sun Lakes, AZ Investigators from the Arizona State Highway Patrol have not yet confirmed the name of the person that was killed in a major car accident that was reported in Sun Lakes, AZ on February 10th, 2020.

Police personnel have only said that one person was killed when the vehicle they were in drove off the side of Interstate 10 at or near the exchange with Riggs Road, and that the victim died from the injuries they suffered in the accident at the scene. Police are still looking into what may have caused the accident at this time, and expect to release more information soon.

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Amos Watkins, Jr. Killed in Structure Fire in Fort Worth, TX

Fort Worth, TX -- February 13, 2020 A Fort Worth house caught fire killing Amos Watkins, Jr. in east Fort Worth. The incident occurred Thursday afternoon around 2:45 pm inside a house at the 3500 block of Strong Avenue. Fort Worth firefighters rescued Watkins from the flames. EMS transported him to an area hospital where...

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