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1 arrested following fatal rear-end collision

In some cases, rear-end collisions might lead to little more than minor damage to the vehicles involved. However, with the presence of factors such as excessive speeding and driver impairment, incidents of this nature might run a greater risk of carrying life-threatening or even fatal repercussions. One person has been arrested and is facing charges for driving under the influence following a recent car accident in Arizona that claimed the life of a 47-year-old woman. 

Fatal rear-end crash 

According to reports, law enforcement agents responded to the scene of the crash on a recent Friday at around 11:30 p.m. Initial investigations indicate that the incident took place when the driver of a car suddenly rear-ended a nearby vehicle. Reports indicate that the car was travelling at excessive speeds at the time and that the impact of the crash forced the other vehicle to veer off the road and overturn. 

Reports indicate that the driver of the second vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. While the driver of the car did not remain at the scene, authorities say they were able to locate him the following morning and placed him under arrest. He is now facing charges for fleeing the scene of a crash and driving while under the influence. 

Loss of a loved one 

The untimely loss of a loved one can be a difficult thing to accept, especially when it stems from a car accident involving an impaired driver. Those who suffer such loss under similar scenarios and wish to seek insight on their available legal avenues could benefit from consulting with an attorney for advice on the next steps to take. Such guidance could prove integral to helping place a person in Arizona in a better position with which to seek the restitution deserved through a wrongful death claim. 


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