A man has been taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, according to Phoenix Police officials, following a crash involving a pedestrian crash that happened on Tuesday morning.
According to a brief statement released by Sgt. Phil Krynsky, officers responded to the crash, which happened at 7th Avenue and Buckeye Road, just before 5:00 a.m. “When officers arrived, they found a man laying on the roadway,” read a portion of the statement. “The man was transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.”
Police officials said the vehicle involved in the crash initially left the scene, but was later located. The driver was detained.
Police investigating deadly crash in west PhoenixIf you have a possible story idea, please send it to connect12news.com or 602-444-1212. Read more ⮕
Houston Crash: Pedestrian killed in deadly crash involving a driver near West HoustonThe Houston Police Department is investigating a fatal crash involving a pedestrian walking across a road and man driving on Monday. Read more ⮕
Several vehicles broken into at downtown Cleveland hotelThe damage happened at the Hilton Garden Inn on Carnegie Avenue. Read more ⮕
Looks like Himalayan Doko replaced Sakina Halal Grill downtownWelcome to the beautiful life Read more ⮕
Dueling demonstrations: Supporters of Israel, Palestinians come face-to-face in downtown JacksonvilleThe divide of how some people in Jacksonville view the war in Israel played out Monday on the steps of City Hall. Read more ⮕
San Diego Veterans Day Parade is back this year downtown celebrating six military milestonesThe San Diego Veterans Day Parade returns after being canceled for several years and will feature bands, floats, ceremonial vehicles and marching units to salute veterans and celebrate six military milestone anniversaries, including the 100th anniversary of Marine Corps Recruit Depot San… Read more ⮕