• January 04, 2017

Dale Curtis Killed, 14-Year-Old Girl Hurt in Accident in Phoenix, AZ

Phoenix, AZ -- An alleged alcohol related incident claimed the life of 61-year-old Dale Curtis and left an unidentified 14-year-old girl injured in Phoenix, AZ.

The incident reportedly took place in the vicinity of 10th Street and San Juan.

The details of the crash are unclear, but the report claims a teen was driving a vehicle at excessive speeds and without headlights. The teen's vehicle then collided with a vehicle containing Mr. Curtis and his 14-year-old daughter.

Mr. Curtis, 61, was killed at the scene of the incident. His unidentified daughter was left with serious injuries in the crash.

Police officials say the teen driver attempted to flee the scene of the incident, but was caught by witnesses.

The cause of the crash had yet to be determined, but police say they believe alcohol was involved.


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