• February 24, 2017

Daniel Cox, Pearle Perl Killed in Tucson, AZ, Motorcycle Accident

Tucson, AZ -- February 22, 2017, Daniel Cox and Pearle Perl were killed due to an accident where their motorcycle was hit by a car.

Tucson authorities were called to the accident scene at around 5:00 p.m. at the intersection of Golf Links Road and Wilmot Road.

According to their reports, 59-year-old Cox and his passenger, 63-year-old Perl, were riding a motorcycle northbound along Wilmot. Reports say that a Ford F-250 in front of them attempted to make a turn from Wilmot onto eastbound Golf Links. this resulted in a collision that ejected the riders onto the roadway.

Both riders sustained critical injuries, and they eventually died at the hospital from their injuries. The pickup driver wasn't hurt.

Authorities did not report any charges or citations following the crash. Their investigations are ongoing.

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