I-40 Crossover Crash Kills 8

A horrific collision between a Greyhound bus and a semi-truck on I-40, in New Mexico, killed at least eight passengers and sent dozens of others to area hospitals last Friday. The crash happened near Thoreau, New Mexico, about 50 miles from the Arizona border. The New Mexico Office of the…

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I-10 Crossover Crash Kills Tucson Woman

A 26-year-old woman died in a median crossover crash on I-10, north of Ina last night. According to the Arizona Department of Transportation, the crash happened between Ina and Cortaro roads after midnight on Wednesday, May 30. Law enforcement officials have since reopened the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 in…

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Changes Coming to I-10 After Years of Deadly Crashes

For years, I-10 in Pinal County has ranked as one of the most dangerous highways stretches in America, due to numerous fatal crashes on I-10. The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is responsible for I-10’s safety in Arizona. ADOT, part of our state’s executive branch, wasn’t doing anything about this…

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Interstate 19 Crossover Crash Results in a Fatality

The Leader Law Firm is saddened to hear that a Federal law enforcement agent, Walterio Nuñez, died in a median crossover crash on I-19 on Friday, March 9, 2018. The crash occurred on I-19 between Pima Mine and Papago roads. A crossover accident occurs when a vehicle traveling on a divided…

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Proposed Bills that Could Impact Arizona Drivers

The Arizona Legislature is working on a variety of potential new laws that if passed, will affect Arizona drivers. Wrong-way driving Wrong way driving accidents are catastrophic and often fatal. Rep. Eddie Farnsworth, R-Gilbert, has proposed House Bill 2243 to reduce the number of wrong-way drivers. If the bill becomes…

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Arizona Earns Another Red Rating

For the fifth straight year, Arizona was one of the worst states in the country for highway safety, based on the state’s comparative lack of driving-safety laws. According to the annual report from Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety (AHAS), Arizona has a long way to go towards improving highway…

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