Three killed, six seriously injured after high speed fiery north Phoenix collision

Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys

A north Phoenix intersection near 43rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road was a fiery scene of mayhem when a local fire department crew arrived around 2:00 a.m. Per Phoenix Police, one vehicle became engulfed in flames after the driver of a stolen vehicle collided with it at a high rate of speed. Tragically, all three people in the charred vehicle died at the scene of this north Phoenix collision. 

The driver and five passengers riding in the stolen vehicle were transported to local hospitals for treatment of serious injuries. Sgt. Melissa Soliz with Phoenix PD shared with local news that the six people in the stolen vehicle ranged from teenagers to young adults.

Driver of Stolen Vehicle Causes Fiery North Phoenix Collision

Our team at Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys is greatly saddened to learn about this tragic accident in north Phoenix, especially since it was the direct result of one reckless driver’s negligence. Their careless behavior took the lives of three, injured multiple others, and left surviving family members with a great loss.

If you or a loved one is wrongfully killed or catastrophically injured during such an accident, don’t hesitate to contact our Phoenix auto accident attorneys. We know that a legal team can’t do anything to replace the loss of a loved one, or fix the health and well-being of the injured. We can, however, help carry the burden of dealing with insurance companies and take action to hold the at-fault party accountable for their actions.  

Our 24/7 legal team is one call away, day or night, to provide you the help you need when you need it most at 602-977-1900. The call is free, the consultation is free, and there are no out of pocket costs or fees until you win.

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